Found January 26, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
A lot of changes are on the horizon for the Oakland Raiders. For starters, ownership has a new face in Mark Davis (son of the late Al Davis), the Raiders have a General Manager for the first time, and finally, the Raiders hired a new head coach, Dennis Allen. With so many changes in key roles in the organization, it wouldn’t be surprising to see a change in the most significant role on the field, at quarterback. When Reggie McKenzie was hired as GM, he made it clear that he wanted to bring in his own personnel. His first action was firing Hue Jackson, and bringing in former Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen. Although there are no previous ties throughout the league between McKenzie and Allen, it appears that McKenzie is going to let Allen assemble his staff and the two men will evaluate the roster and make whatever changes that they feel are necessary to the team. Similar to the events taking place in Indianapolis, the Raiders will have to take notice of their quarterback situation. Even though the Raiders spent an abundant amount to acquire Carson Palmer, and even spent a 3rd round pick to draft Terrell Pryor [...]

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The Oakland Raiders officially announced the hiring of Dennis Allen as their new head coach Friday. Allen, who spent last season as the defensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos, will be formally introduced at a press conference Monday. He succeeds Hue Jackson, who was fired on Jan. 10 after one season on the job. Allen had spent five years coaching with New Orleans prior to...

Report: Oakland Raiders to hire Dennis Allen as head coach

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Alleged assault victim sues Raiders LB McClain

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Raiders make it official with Dennis Allen

The Oakland Raiders have made it official and named Dennis Allen as their new head coach.

Source: Raiders finalize four-year deal with Allen

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -- The Oakland Raiders formally agreed Thursday on a four-year deal to make Denver defensive coordinator Dennis Allen their new head coach.

Report: Raiders, Allen finalize four-year deal

The Oakland Raiders formally agreed Thursday on a four-year deal to make Denver defensive coordinator Dennis Allen their new head coach.

Raiders announce Allen as head coach, to make introduction Monday

The Oakland Raiders on Friday announced the hiring of new coach Dennis Allen, who will be formally introduced Monday.

Raiders decide on Broncos DC Allen to be their next coach

The Oakland Raiders agreed to hire Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen as their next coach, league sources said Tuesday night.
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