Oakland Raiders: Free Agency Spending Plan

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Jan 10, 2015; Foxborough, MA, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith (82) catches the ball in front of New England Patriots cornerback Brandon Browner (39) during the third quarter in the 2014 AFC Divisional playoff football game at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Torrey Smith

We know the Raiders need help in the recieving corps and with a guy like Thomas locked up as a primary target it is time to get someone dynamic who can stretch the field. Smith this year caught 49 balls for 767 yards and 11 touchdowns. What makes him even more appealing is his ability to attract penalties. He forced well over two hundred yards in pass interference and defensive holding penalties.

All in all, that makes Smith a 1000 yard receiver with double digit touchdowns. The Ravens only have about three million in cap space which means tagging him is very unlikely unless they figure out a way to cut some serious fat.

Contract: Desean Jackson is the high Pierre Garcon the low. 4 years, $30 million, $16 million guaranteed.

Rodney Hudson

As far as I am concerned, Wisniewski is all but gone and I will not miss him for a moment. According to Steve Corkran he is looking forward to free agency and he can head there the same way he plays center, with his face or butt in the dirt. Wisniewski is one of the most overrated players in the NFL media’s eyes and for all the talk of him being such an intelligent player he makes a boatload of mistakes.

Contract: Just above Max Unger. 5 years, $32 million dollars $14 million guaranteed.

Next: FA Targets: Jerome Felton, Jason Pierre-Paul