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Posted at 2:22 PM ET, 01/19/2011

Al Saunders interviewing for Oakland Raiders' offensive coordinator job

By Cindy Boren

Al Saunders, the Redskins' associate head coach under Joe Gibbs and the author of the famous 700-page playbook, is Interviewing with the Oakland Raiders for the position of offensive coordinator under Coach Hue Jackson.

Saunders is widely expected to get the job, according to Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network, and be reunited with Jason Campbell, whom he coached with the Redskins. Saunders was with Gibbs from 2006-07, was offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams in 2008 and has since been a consultant for the Baltimore Ravens.

@JasonLaCanfora I HOPE HE GETS IT. AL SAUNDERS IS AN GREAT COACH!!! GREAT TEACHER!! UNDERSTANDS THE GAME SO WELL.
OAKLAND GONNA GET A GOOD 1less than a minute ago via web


By Cindy Boren  | January 19, 2011; 2:22 PM ET
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...AND LE'RON MCCLAIN IS AN GREAT TWITTERER!!

Posted by: NateinthePDX | January 19, 2011 4:23 PM | Report abuse

Poor Jason Campbell

Posted by: Barno1 | January 21, 2011 11:04 AM | Report abuse

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