Raiders Lose Offensive Coordinator Shoop
The Oakland Raiders lost their offensive coordinator when John Shoop left to take the offensive coordinator job at the University of North Carolina.
It had been thought that Shoop might be a candidate for the Raiders' vacant head coaching job. The Raiders' other coordinator, defensive boss Rob Ryan, interviewed for the job Friday.
The Raiders also have interviewed USC quarterbacks coach Steve Sarkisian and former New York Giants coach Jim Fassel. Owner Al Davis also might interview Detroit Lions offensive coordinator Mike Martz, the former coach of the St. Louis Rams. The Raiders must interview at least one minority candidate to comply with NFL rules.
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