The Raiders are closing in on their next wide receivers coach, having set up an interview with Rob Moore, according to an ESPN report.
#Raiders to interview WRs coach Rob Moore. If interview goes well, it's his job, per source.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) January 25, 2015
Rob Moore was on the #Bills staff last season. Did a very solid job with Sammy Watkins and their other young WRs.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) January 25, 2015
The date of Moore's interview is unknown, but it sounds like it's his job to lose.
Moore, 46, spent the past season as the wide receivers coach for the Buffalo Bills.
The Bills drafted wideout Sammy Watkins fourth overall in 2014, whom Moore worked with closely.
Prior to his stint in Buffalo, he worked for the Syracuse Orange as a wide receivers coach from 2010-2013.
His first job was in 2009 with the Phoenix Bears, a junior college.
Moore was an NFL wideout from 1990-2002, having played for the New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals and Denver Broncos.