HBCU Gameday reports on the breaking news involving Virginia State University head football coach Reggie Barlow, who reportedly will leave the CIAA champions for an assistant coaching job with the Oakland Raiders.
It looks like for the third time in four years, Virginia State will be looking for a new head coach. Reggie Barlow is expected to take a job as wide receivers coach with the Oakland Raiders, according to a report by the Sporting News.
The former Alabama State star played two seasons under new Raiders head coach Jon Gruden with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers back in 2002 and 2003. He played five years in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Bucs, spending one off-season with the Raiders.
On his Instagram, Barlow posted a picture with officials and former players from the Raiders franchise.