Report: Bill Musgrave added to mix of rumored candidates to be Raiders offensive coordinator

Philadelphia quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave is a “hot candidate” to be Raiders offensive coordinator under Jack Del Rio, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.

Musgrave worked under Del Rio in 2003 and 2004 for the Jaguars as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He joined the Eagles in 2014, and unless Musgrave signed only a one-year contract, he would have to be released by Philadelphia to take another job.

The Eagles fast-paced offense intrigued the Raiders enough this offseason that Philadelphia offenisve coordinator Pat Shurmur was one of the first candidates interviewed for the head coach job.

In 1997, Musgrave got his start in coaching as the quarterbacks coach with the Raiders on Joe Bugel’s staff.

No announcements regarding assistant coaches have been made by the Raiders.

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