Report: Raiders in talks with Mike Holmgren
The Oakland Raiders have reportedly been in talks with former NFL coach Mike Holmgren about a position within the organization, according to ESPN.
Citing sources, the report states that Holmgren has even visited the Raiders to discuss the potential position, which would involve leading the organization's quest for a new stadium. The team has also reportedly been talking to NFL senior vice president of football operations Ray Anderson.
Holmgren served as the head coach of the Green Bay Packers from 1992 to 1998, winning a championship in two Super Bowl appearances with the team. He also made a head coaching apperance in a Super Bowl with the Seahawks, who he coached from 1999-2008.
Holmgren most recently spent three years as President of the Cleveland Browns until he was relieved of his duties by new owner Jimmy Haslam in October.