Raiders Looking to Sack Green Bay Coach: Report
Could a former player lead the team's defense as a coach? In this picture from 1993, then linebacker Winston Moss of the Los Angeles Raiders tackles Minnesota Vikings running back Charles Evans during a game at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Raiders won the game, 24-7.
Tuesday, Feb 8, 2011 Updated at 1:15 PM PST
Now that the Super Bowl is over, the Raiders can officially hire a defensive coordinator.
That is if the team is looking to raid the Green Bay coaching staff for the next leader of its defense.
Rumors have been swirling that Al Davis and Hue Jackson were eying two members of Green Bay's coaching staff to bring in as potential defensive coordinators.
Reports have the Raiders interested in interviewing Packers' secondary coach Darren Perry and linebackers coach Winston Moss.
Both men have connection to the Raiders, a trait that Mr. Davis seems to look for. Moss once played linebacker for the Raiders while Perry is a former assistant.
Both coaches have also received plenty of praise recently for coaching units that include All-Pro Charles Woodson and AJ Hawk and Clay Matthews.
The Raiders were prohibited from interviewing either Green Bay coach while the season was still in play.