While there was significant progress, no deal has yet been finalized that would make Steve our next head coachIn Sports from United Press International Feb 04, 2003
We got behind the eight ball in the first half and could never establish an offensive rhythmTampa Bay 48, Oakland 21 Jan 26, 2003
Their ability to make plays, whether it's intercepting balls, batting balls, sacking the quarterback or knocking it out of his hands, is something that isn't seen on a consistent levelOakland vs. Tampa Bay in Super Bowl Jan 25, 2003
Everybody who was out of practice yesterday or limited got good work in todayInjured Raiders return to practice Jan 23, 2003
Having the bye helped us and we came out and played a strong second halfOakland 30, NY Jets 10 Jan 12, 2003
Bill Callahan (born July 31, 1956, in Chicago, Illinois) is the Assistant Head Coach/Offense for the New York Jets. He was formerly the head coach of the Oakland Raiders for the 2002-2003 seasons and for the University of Nebraska for the 2004-2007 seasons. He was fired from both positions after posting a losing record in his final season with the teams.
Callahan was a four-year starter at quarterback at Illinois Benedictine College in Lisle, Illinois, where he was an NAIA honorable mention All-American in his final two seasons.
The Chicago native began his college coaching career in 1980 as a graduate assistant at University of Illinois before being promoted to full time assistant in 1981, coaching tight ends, offensive line, quarterbacks and special teams through 1986.