Winston Moss will meet with Raiders owner Al Davis today to interview for the Raiders' head coach vacancy, joining interim head coach Tom Cable as the only coaches to have interviewed in person for the job.
Moss is the assistant head coach/linebackers for the Green Bay Packers and played linebacker for the Raiders from 1991-94.
New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride could be in town Thursday for a face-to-face interview with Davis.
Gilbride had a 90-minute conversation over the phone with Davis on Jan. 3. With the Giants eliminated from the playoffs, Gilbride is free to interview for jobs again.
Gilbride is taking some heat back in New York for how the Giants finished the season with Eli Manning looking like the pre-Super Bowl run Eli and not running the ball enough.
Also, Atlanta receivers coach Terry Robiskie has been mentioned as a candidate. I've checked with the Raiders and with the Atlanta Journal Constitution's Falcons writer, D. Orlando Ledbetter, and there doesn't appear to be anything to the speculation.
Robiskie is a former Raiders coach from 1982-98 in various roles that included a stint as offensive coordinator from 1989-93. He also played running back for the Raiders from 1977-79.