In essence, the Raiders employ various number two and three receivers. Granted, they do enjoy a sizable cap surplus, thanks to Reggie McKenzie. Count on them to snare a top wideout, or at least try. In contrast, Fulgham could serve as a rising player that could evolve into a lead wideout.
With the Raiders coaching the North team during the Senior Bowl, Jon Gruden will see Hart up close. Already, he mentioned how Hart will see reps in the slot during the game. Granted, at first blush, Hart may not look like a Gruden type. However, with age comes hopeful wisdom that Gruden learns to not pigeonhole based on size.
Granted, people will raise their eyebrows that the Raiders would draft another undersized edge rushers. With Arden Key in tow, why draft Sweat? First, Sweat is more advanced as a pass rusher. He brings a diverse repertoire to the field, while Key still features the lone spin move.
In return, Joseph and Abram, combined with a veteran signing will transform this group into strength, for the first time in years.
In reality, the Raiders still have no immediate plan for their running game. Adding Anderson gives Oakland the chance to clear up a cluttered situation.
He is a gifted athlete with arm strength, toughness, and a winner’s mentality. In his time in Fargo, Stick lead his team to three national championships. Jon Gruden values toughness and battlers. The Raiders could look at Stick on Day 3.
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