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Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson during their game against the New York Jets in the fourth quarter at the O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif. on Sunday, September 25, 2011. (Nhat V. Meyer/Mercury News)

ESPN's Chris Mortensen speculated Saturday on the network's "NFL Countdown" show that new Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie may consider replacing coach Hue Jackson with Packers defensive assistant Winston Moss.

At his season-ending news conference, Jackson allowed for the fact that a new general manager could look for his own coach and a new start but didn't think it was headed that way.

CSN Bay Area reported that "three sources close to the team" said Jackson will remain with the team and that "Reggie McKenzie and Hue Jackson are joined at the hip." Jackson has helped improve a moribund offense in two years, the first year as offensive coordinator.

Moss, the Packers' linebackers coach since 2006, interviewed for the Raiders' vacant head-coach position in 2009, but the job went to Tom Cable.

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