It was reported that Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis said that Dennis Allen is still the team’s coach, and that the drama involving their end-of-season meeting on Tuesday amused him. It could have been funny, but many pay per head sportsbooks are just glad to know that he will continue working with the Raiders.
“We met this evening at the Raider facility, and the meeting went really well,” Davis said. “We talked about a lot of things, from personnel issues to the coaches to a review of the past season to the draft and our needs for next season.
“We’re ready to rock and roll.”
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that Davis, who said that the end-of-season meeting was “protocol,” said that Allen’s job security was not a problem, and that they would meet with general manager Reggie McKenzie on Wednesday to talk about the future.
Davis refused to talk specifically about whether there was a hang-up over one or two-year extensions, or the status of the assistants that Allen wants to keep.
Earlier on Tuesday, it was reported that “at least six” assistants were kept, and price per head services wonder who will stay.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that Allen, who has two years left on his four-year contract, went 4-12 in each of his two seasons with Oakland.
Allen, who was billed as a defensive-minded coach, was not able to significantly elevate the Raiders’ defense. In 2012, Oakland finished 18th in total defense and this season they came in at 22nd place.
Allen, 41-years-old and very well known with pay per head sportsbooks, who served as the defensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos before going to Oakland, is the Raiders’ eighth head coach in the last 13 seasons.
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Oakland did not have a winning season since 2002, when they were able to make it to the Super Bowl under Bill Callahan, and pay per head sportsbooks would like to see if they will make it this far again in the future.