Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg interviewed with Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie Friday for the team's head coaching vacancy, reports NFL.com's Jason La Canfora.
According to multiple reports, Mornhinweg left the interview without an offer, though that does not necessarily mean he is eliminated from contention. The Raiders have already interviewed other candidates, including Miami Dolphins interim coach Todd Bowles and Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen, and are said to be interested in speaking to more.
Rumors circulated that Mornhinweg could be the top choice to replace Jim Caldwell as the Indianapolis Colts head coach, but the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Colts have not yet asked permission to speak to Mornhinweg. The Colts have already met with Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray and are reportedly set to interview more candidates.
Mornhinweg has spent the past nine seasons with the Eagles, eight of them as the team's offensive coordinator/assistant head coach.