Mike Tice: Oakland Raiders head coach?

Mike Tice may get another shot at another head coaching job. The Raiders have reporteldy asked the Bears permission to interview Tice for their top spot. Tice, who coached the Vikings for four seasons, was just promoted to become Chicago’s offensive coordinator.
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Mike Tice may get another shot at another head coaching job. The Raiders have reporteldy asked the Bears permission to interview Tice for their top spot. Tice, who coached the Vikings for four seasons, was just promoted to become Chicago’s offensive coordinator.

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