Updating an earlier item, the Associated Press' Terry Collins has deleted his report that the Raiders are firing coach Dennis Allen.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen passed along word on NFL Insiders Monday that there is already talk amongst NFL people that Raiders coach Dennis Allen's job could be in danger.
ESPN Raiders reporter Paul Gutierrez expects the team to use more odd-man fronts on defense this season.
Raiders owner Mark Davis confirms Dennis Allen will be back as the team's coach in 2014.
Updating an earlier item, CSN Bay Area reports Raiders coach Dennis Allen is still meeting with team owner Mark Davis.
ESPN's Paul Gutierrez reports "at least" six Raiders assistants accepted one-year extensions Tuesday.
Raiders coach Dennis Allen's status remains up in the air.
A league source tells ESPN "the only people firing (Raiders coach) Dennis Allen right now are the media."
Raiders owner Mark Davis "gave every indication" that coach Dennis Allen and GM Reggie McKenzie will return in 2014.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is "strongly" hearing that the Raiders will retain coach Dennis Allen for 2014.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports owner Mark Davis recently "rejected" coach Dennis Allen's request to give the Raiders' assistant coaches contract extensions.
NFL.com's Mike Silver reports Raiders coach Dennis Allen is "very much on the hot seat" with two games left in the season.
SI's Peter King believes Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie "will be in trouble" next offseason unless the team's 2013 season is "significantly brighter" than 2012.