Coach Dennis Allen of the Oakland Raiders addressed the media about the rebuilding of the Raiders at the 2013 NFL Combine. Allen was asked many questions during the interview, and he responded with very positive statements.
The report stated that Allen was very positive about the rebuilding of the Raiders this year. The coach stated clearly that him and the GM, Reggie McKenzie, are working hard and thinking of everything to make the Oakland squad a better one than last year.
Allen told the press that it’s a process that can’t be done overnight. However, they will do a good job this since they have a good feeling so far on the process.
When asked what was going to happen with the draft, the coach responded, “We’re missing a second and a fifth round draft choice this year, whereas last year, we didn’t get a pick until the compensatory pick in the third round. We’re making some progress in that regard and we’re going to continue to work on that throughout the off-season.”
The report didn’t get into what was going to happen with the current players and who they are planning to pick, etc. Basically, the web site reported that Coach Dennis Allen feels good on the rebuilding process with GM McKenzie.