Dennis Allen Could Interview With Oakland Raiders Again

The Oakland Raiders fired head coach Hue Jackson after new GM Reggie McKenzie was hired and they're hitting the road to search for the next head coach. The Raiders initial coaching search was said to haveincluded both the offensive and defensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos.

Mike McCoy, the Broncos offensive coordinator, declined an interview after he reportedly thought he was the favorite for the job in Miami, which went to Joe Philbin.

Dennis Allen, the Broncos defensive coordinator, has already interviewed once and ESPN's Adam Schefter reports he's been asked to come back for a second interview. That's usually a good sign that you're one of the finalists.

Allen, 39, joined the Broncos staff prior to the 2011 season. Before that he was on the New Orleans Saints coaching staff for five seasons and the Atlanta Falcons staff before that.

Marty Mornhinweg is another Raiders coaching candidate so there are a few names out there for the job.

For more on the Oakland Raiders head coaching search, visit SB Nation's Raiders blog Silver And Black Pride.

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