Former Miami Dolphins interim head coach Todd Bowles interviewed well with the Oakland Raiders on Friday.
He was the first person to sit down with the franchise regarding their coaching vacancy.
With Reggie McKenzie in place as the Raiders general manager, it is widely believed a member of the Green Bay Packers coaching staff would succeed Hue Jackson.
But, Bowles was assured that’s not necessarily the case according to Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network.
Bowles, who is also in the running to become the Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator, was specifically told the position had not been earmarked for Packers assistant Winston Moss.
That said, Moss is not the only Packers coach on Oakland’s wish list.
Bowles is also still in the running to have the interim tag removed in Miami with Jeff Fisher opting to join the St. Louis Rams. Dolphins players have told La Canfora they support Bowles’ remaining with the team.
He led the Dolphins to a 2-1 record after taking over following Tony Sparano’s dismissal.
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