Tice won't interview with Raiders

Mike Tice will not be interviewing for the Oakland Raiders head coaching job. Reports last week indicated that Tice was lined up for an interview, but the Raiders have narrowed their search, and Tice is no longer on the list. Tice says he is disappointed, but believes things happen for a reason.
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Mike Tice will not be interviewing for the Oakland Raiders head coaching job. Reports last week indicated that Tice was lined up for an interview, but the Raiders have narrowed their search, and Tice is no longer on the list. Tice says he is disappointed, but believes things happen for a reason.

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