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Marty Mornhinweg Out Of The Running In Raiders' Coaching Search, According To Report

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CSN Bay Area is reporting that Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg is out of the running in the Oakland Raiders search for a new head coach. This news comes despite earlier reports that he was considered a "favorite," or "serious contender" or whatever other phrase reporters chose to use to hedge their report.

The report says that the Raiders have narrowed their choices down to Broncos' DC Dennis Allen, Packers Assistant Head Coach Winston Moss and a "mystery candidate.

Mornhinweg and Saints offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael Jr are out. Apparently they didn't get the memo that Marty is the next Bill Belichick.

So it appears that unless the Colts get interested in Mornhinweg, which has seemed to be mostly just speculation, that he'll be back as the Eagles offensive coordinator next season. So that settles offensive coordinator, but as to the question of whether Juan Castillo will be back as defensive coordinator? No one is saying, not even Juan. As it stands now, the Eagles have only one official opening on their staff, secondary coach.