The Las Vegas Raiders have been busy thus far into free agency and have made various significant moves that will change the appearance of the team in 2021. The Raiders most recently were standing out as truly newsworthy by exploding their present offensive line with an end goal to roll out certain improvements.
They have effectively proceeded onward from Rodney Hudson, Gabe Jackson, and Trent Brown. The team had additionally released Richie Incognito however has since reported he has surrendered and will return in 2021.
The good news with the trades is the Raiders are receiving back quality draft capital in return and are clearing up cap space by proceeding onward from said players.
Hudson was shipped out to the Arizona Cardinals for a 2021 third round pick, Jackson was transported out to the Seattle Seahawks for a 2021 fifth rounder and Brown arrived in New England for 2022 fifth and seventh.
While the Raiders are a long way from done marking free agents they will hope to utilize their plenty of draft capital to support the program to make a playoff run. The Raiders have a lot of potential and ability however GM Mike Mayock has been known to make a head-scratching signing or draft pick every now and then. Mayock can’t stand to miss on his early-round picks in the 2021 NFL Draft or he could be in risk of losing his jobif the team doesn’t discover postseason achievement.
With countless picks in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Raiders should make a trade or two to climb to catch their guys that they covet. The significant places of need are offensive line, linebacker, defensive line, and secondary.
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