Raiders Head Coach Search: Raiders Have Already Interviewed Winston Moss, Marty Mornhinweg According to Report

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Oakland Raiders and current Green Bay Packers assistant coach Winston Moss have already met, discussing the possibility of making him the next head coach of the Silver and Black.

Moss and the Raiders held a four-hour interview in Green Bay back on Jan. 14 after a walk-through practice for their playoff match with the Giants, according to Schefter’s sources said.

The Raiders are set to interview Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice on Tuesday at the Senior Bowl, though some sources are teling Schefter that Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg has become a possible candidate in Oakland as well.

Mornhinweg previously worked with Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie in Green Bay and was said to have already had an impressive interview with Oakland as well.

For more news and notes and the Silver and Black’s offseason, make sure you check out Silver and Black Pride to get in on the action.

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