Found February 26, 2013 on
For months the Raiders have been looking to bolster their front office. They previously reached out to the league’s VP of football operations, Ray Anderson. And now they’re reportedly doing the same with Mike Holmgren. According to ESPN’s Bill Williamson and John Clayton, the Raiders want to add the former Packers coach/Seahawks coach/Browns president to a “leadership position within the organization.” The Browns never won more than five games in each of the two-plus years Holmgren was running the franchise. Holmgren has deep roots in the Bay Area and goes way back with Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie when they were both in the Packers organization. Nepotism!
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Mike Holmgren may be looking to take on a new front office role for an NFL team, and according to reports that team may be the Raiders.
The former Seattle Seahawks head coach will take on a “possible leadership role” with the Raiders, according to ESPN’s Bill Williamson. Holmgren, who was intrigued by a potential head coaching position with the Dallas Cowboys in recent years...
According to ESPN.com, the Oakland Raiders are talking to former Browns president Mike Holmgren about a “leadership role” with the team.
Holmgren has reportedly visited with the team regarding a position. Oakland has been looking at potential new leaders for their team and Holmgren does have a relationship with current GM Reggie McKenzie.
The report adds that part of the responsibilities...
Oakland Raiders general manager, Reggie McKenzie is hoping to hire Mike Holmgren to aid in the development of the team. Holmgren and McKenzie worked together in Green Bay. Reports of the interest in the former Packers and Seahawks head coach state that there is no title for him yet, but with Holmgren’s past success any help should move the Raiders in the right direction.
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Holmgren was fired by the Browns last year once they changed ownership, but it looks like he might not be out of work for long.
As @claytonespn reported, Raiders are talking to former Browns exec Mike Holmgren about a prominent leadership role in organization.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 26, 2013
Though Mike Holmgren said that he would spend the immediate future in a state of retirement that included motorcycles and margaritas, it appears that the alleged quarterback guru could be heading to the Bay Area to enter into a leadership role with the Oakland Raiders.
ESPN’s John Clayton reports that the “former Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks coach” has been in advanced...