The Oakland Raiders will reportedly pursue Mike Shanahan as their head coach along with the Buffalo Bills.
Former Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan appears to be headed back to having a head coaching job as he has interviewed with multiple teams such as the San Francisco 49ers.
The Oakland Raiders and are also in the mix for the two-time Super Bowl champion coach. The Raiders previously had Shanahan as their head coach for two seasons when they were in Los Angeles, but he butted heads with owner Al Davis before being fired.
The Raiders have interim head coach Tony Sparano in the mix as well, and the Bills have a plethora of candidates following Doug Marrone’s shocking exit.
The official SportsCenter Twitter account revealed the latest candidate for the Raiders and Bills.
THIS JUST IN: Mike Shanahan met with Raiders and Bills over weekend for their head coaching vacancies. (via @AdamSchefter and media reports)
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 5, 2015