Oakland coaching search update

January, 9, 2009
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Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson

There is movement in Oakland's coaching search.

The Raiders are reportedly bringing in Green Bay assistant Winston Moss for an interview this weekend. Moss is a former NFL linebacker who spent time in Oakland.

Moss is considered a long shot because of a lack of experience. The team has also interviewed New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride and interim coach Tom Cable.

Many league observers believe Cable will be hired as the full-time coach. He led Oakland to two season-ending victories and he has the support of several Oakland players as well as a good relationship with Oakland owner Al Davis.

Adding fuel to the Cable fire is the team's interest in Ed Donatell as a defensive coordinator to replace Rob Ryan, who reportedly will take the same job in Cleveland. Cable and Donatell have a history together.

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