The Oakland Raiders are interested in adding Mike Holmgren to a leadership position, sources tell ESPN.
Holmgren is the former head coach of the Seahawks and Packers, accumulating 161 wins over 17 seasons, including a victory in Super Bowl XXXI with the Packers in 1996.
He then moved on to Seattle in 1999 after signing a lucrative eight-year contract. He lead Matt Hasselbeck and the Seahawks to Super Bowl XL in 2005, where they fell to the Steelers.
In 17 seasons as a head coach in the NFL, Holmgren has been to the postseason 12 times.
Following the end of his tenure in Seattle, Holmgren became the president of the Cleveland Browns in 2010, serving in that capacity until the end of this past season.
The Raiders have been actively looking over their options to add a leadership position. This offseason, they have reached out to NFL executive Ray Anderson and former MSG Vice President Scott O’Neill about joining their front office.
However, out of all the reported candidates, Holmgren seems to be the most experienced and valuable to the Silver and Black.