Raiders request 2 members of Patriots organization for interviews

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Las Vegas is now searching for a head coach as well as a general manager, and apparently are looking to the Patriots to potentially fill them.

Rich Bisaccia replaced Jon Gruden in the middle of the season as interim head coach, and then on Monday Mike Mayock was fired.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, the Raiders have requested interviews with Jerod Mayo for the head-coaching vacancy and then Dave Zielger for the GM job.

Mayo has been requested by the Broncos and is expected to interview this week. He's also likely to be requested by the Texans. It is worth noting Bisaccia could still be retained, as he was a favorite among players.

Meanwhile, Ziegler replaced Nick Caserio as the Patriots' director of player personnel this season. This will be his second GM interview, as he interviewed with Denver last year, but pulled out once he learned he was replacing Caserio.