Former Raiders head coach Dennis Allen might not be out of a job for long as he already began the interview process with another team, according to a report from the NFL Network.
Allen, 42, has interviewed with the New York Giants for their defensive coordinator vacancy on Tuesday.
The #Giants are interviewing former #Raiders coach Dennis Allen for their defensive coordinator opening today, source said.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 13, 2015
During his time in Oakland, Allen finished 8-28 after being fired just four games into his third season. His time with the Raiders was his first experience as a head coach.
Allen was the Broncos' defensive coordinator for one season in 2011 before coming to the Raiders. Prior to Denver, he was the New Orleans Saints secondary coach for three seasons from 2008-2010.
The Giants reportedly are interested in Ravens secondary coach Steve Spagnuolo and have already has interviewed Bills defensive line coach Pepper Johnson.
The Giants parted ways last week with defensive coordinator Perry Fewell.