Raiders to interview Eagles OC Mornhinweg for head-coach role

Marty Mornhinweg will interview with the Oakland Raiders for their head-coaching vacancy, a source with knowledge of the situation said Tuesday.

Mornhinweg, 49, has been on Andy Reid's Philadelphia Eagles staff since 2003. He has been the offensive coordinator since 2006.

Mornhinweg has NFL head-coaching experience, going 5-27 in 2001 and 2002 with the Detroit Lions.

New Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie is deep into his search for a coach to replace Hue Jackson, who was fired last week after one 8-8 season. He has scheduled interviews with both the Broncos' offensive coordinator (Mike McCoy) and defensive coordinator (Dennis Allen). Three Green Bay Packers assistants -- assistant head coach Winston Moss, defensive coordinator Dom Capers and offensive coordinator Joe Philbin -- also are on the Raiders' list of candidates, as is New Orleans Saints offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael Jr.

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