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Raiders to Talk to Mornhinweg for Coaching Opening

The Raiders have another name on their list of possibles for head coach, as Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network reports the team will chat with Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg.

The former Lions head coach has spent the last nine seasons with the Eagles following a two-year stint in Detroit, where he was pretty awful, going 5-27.

Prior to the Lions’ job, Mornhinweg was the 49ers offensive coordinator from 1997-2000 and worked with the Packers from 1995-96. Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie was the Packers’ Director of Operations when Mornhinweg was in Green Bay.


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One Response to “Raiders to Talk to Mornhinweg for Coaching Opening”

  1. Raiders Blog says:

    Mornhinweg ain’t the real deal, we need someone better!

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