The Las Vegas Raiders still have an opportunity to earn a playoff spot under interim head coach Rich Bisaccia. A win Sunday night at home against the Los Angeles Chargers would push Vegas to 10-7 and lead to a postseason appearance.

Even then, there’s strong rumors coming out of the desert that Bisaccia will not be given the full-time job to replace disgraced recently-departed head man Jon Gruden. One specific big name has been bandied about as a potential candidate to in Las Vegas.

Hours before their regular-season finale at Allegiant Stadium, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported that the Las Vegas Raiders are looking to go after a “rock star” head coach and could look to trade for one.

At this point, we wouldn’t put it past owner Mark Davis. He wants to make that big splash as the Raiders finish up their second season in Sin City after relocating from Oakland. Off the field, this season has brought a ton of drama the Raiders’ way.

That includes Gruden’s resignation and the tragic events surrounding former first-round pick Henry Ruggs. Changing the narrative to an extent would be big for this organization. Below, we look at three options for the Raiders should they look to pull off a trade for a head coach.

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