Found January 18, 2012 on Da' Bears Blog:
Mike Tice Will Interview With the Oakland Raiders Tuesday Unless you’re a devout follower of the ******** spewed by Steve Rosenbloom almost daily on the Tribune’s website, you understand that having your offensive coordinator interviewed for vacant head coaching positions is life in the NFL. And unless you’ve not checked a football-related website over the... Read more »

Raiders long snapper added to Pro Bowl roster

Oakland Raiders long snapper Jon Condo has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster. The Raiders announced the addition on Thursday. Condo will join Oakland kicker Sebastian Janikowski and punter Shane Lechler in Hawaii for the game on Jan. 29. The Raiders' kicking game was one of the team's strengths this season. Janikowski tied the NFL record with a 63-yard field goal in...

Oakland Raiders wish to speak with Mike Tice for head coaching position

The search for a new head coach for the Oakland Raiders continues as the team put in a formal request to speak with Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice. Tice was recently promoted to the role of offensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears with the retirement of Mike Martz. Martz’s contract with the Bears was up at the conclusion of this season and Chicago...

Jason Campbell sits with Leonsis family at Wizards game

Hey look, it’s Jason Campbell, sitting courtside at the Wizards-Thunder game, chatting with Zachary Leonsis. Incidentally, WUSA’s David Elfin reported earlier Wednesday that Campbell will be married in February, and that Carlos Rogers will be in the ceremony. Read full article >>

Raiders Request Permission to Interview Newly Promoted Mike Tice

Brad Biggs, the Chicago Tribune reporter, is reporting today that The Oakland Raiders have requested to interview the Bears’ newly promoted offensive coordinator, Mike Tice. According to a club and NFL sources, the Raiders have requested permission to interview Tice for their head coaching position. In accordance with NFL rules, the Bears must grant permission, unlike the move...

Mornhinweg To Interview With Raiders

Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg could be headed out the door before next season, but it might not be to Indianapolis like many have speculated. According to Jeff McLane of, Mornhinweg will be interviewing with the Oakland Raiders for their head coaching job. Mornhinweg went 5-27 in his 2 seasons as head coach of the Detroit Lions, but that was 10 years ago...

Raiders Interviewing Marty Mornhinweg

According to Jason LaCanfora of, Oakland Raiders are interviewing Marty Mornhinweg for their vacant head coach position. Just a few minutes ago, word came out that Steve Spagnuolo was interviewing with the Colts.

Sources: Raiders will talk to Mornhinweg, Tice

The Oakland Raiders will interview Eagles coach Marty Mornhinweg this weekend, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, and will meet with Bears coordinator Mike Tice on Jan. 24, a league source told's Michael C. Wright.

Bears face ripple effect if Tice exits

Steve Rosenbloom: If Mike Tice leaves to coach the Oakland Raiders,the Bears would have all kinds of bad news. Or, looking at it another way, the Bears would have all kinds of typical Bears news.

Raiders ask to interview Broncos OC for coach job

The Oakland Raiders search for a new head coach picked up steam on Monday as the team received permission to interview two Denver assistants and was also poised to talk to members of Green Bay's staff.
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