Out with the old, in with the old? The Raiders have locked in their 10th straight season without a winning record, but it looks as though they will try something new this offseason. After firing head coaches Tom Cable and Hue Jackson the past two years after 8-8 seasons, Oakland looks as though it will retain Dennis Allen. "It would be huge to not have a new coach come in again," right tackle Khalif Barnes said. "You want some familiarity and solidarity going into training camp, and not have to learn something new all over again." Allen, in his first year, has led the Raiders to a 4-11 record going into Sunday's season finale in San Diego. First-year general manager Reggie McKenzie said he was "pleased" with the job Allen has done the last time he talked to reporters a month ago and cited salary-cap issues and a lack of draft picks as major obstacles this season...
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