Oakland Raiders Head Coach Search: Latest Rumors, Speculation on Vacant Position

The Oaklnd Raiders have concluded their 3-13 season and are now searching for their next head coach. Interim coach Tony Sparano, 49ers assistant Eric Mangini, and Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur are just a few of the multiple names believed to have a chance at the job. 

Continue for updates. 

Del Rio to Interview in Oakland Saturday, Jan. 3 Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reports that the Raiders' interest in Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has gotten stronger:



Raiders Interview Shurmur Friday, Jan. 2 Bill Williamson of ESPN provides an update on the Raiders' search for a head coach:

The Oakland Raiders continued their head coach interview process Friday by talking to former Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur, according to a league source. 

He is currently the offensive coordinator in Philadelphia. Shurmur joins Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell as candidates the Raiders have interviewed.

Oakland is expected to continue the process in the coming days. Among those with reported interviews set are San Francisco 49ers tight ends coach Eric Mangini, Raiders interim coach Tony Sparano, Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles and Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton. Bowles and Hamilton will coach in playoff games this weekend.


Mangini to Interview with Raiders on Monday Thursday, Jan. 1

Trey Wingo reported on when Eric Mangini will interview with the Raiders:


  Raiders Request Permission to Interview Pep Hamilton Wednesday, Dec. 31 ESPN's Josina Anderson has the latest on the Raiders' search:


Shurmur Joins Candidate List Tuesday, Dec. 30 According to Tim McManus of 97.5 The Fanatic, a new name has been added to the list of...

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