Raiders' Allen not concerned about job security
ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Monday that his team this season is "closer" to being a playoff-caliber team than it was last season and that he isn't concerned about his job security. "Listen, that's not what my job is," Allen said, when asked if he has received assurance from owner Mark Davis that he'll be retained beyond this season. "My job is to try to get this team better, get this team ready to play against the Kansas City Chiefs. "I'm not going to talk about speculation or anything like that. I'm going to worry about winning a football game this week." The Raiders were 3-10 at this point last season. They finished 4-12 on the heels of an 8-8 campaign ...