Oakland Raiders: Free Agency Spending Plan

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Dec 7, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Vikings fullback Jerome Felton (42) celebrates his touchdown during the second quarter against the New York Jets at TCF Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Jerome Felton

A fullback? I know seems weird, but the Raiders need one badly. Move Menelik to right guard to seal up the offensive line allowing Howard back to right tackle. Then move Reece permanently to a back up running back spot and get a real full back that bocks.

Contract: 3 years 4.5 million

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Jason Pierre-Paul

I wanted to save this one for last. My focus in this free agency plan is to solidify both trenches while adding to the recieving corps. This would be the crown jewel of free agency. To land a 27 year old in his prime who is a prototype 43 defensive end with the potential to get upwards of 16 sacks a season, is too much to pass up on. This would be the perfect foil for Khalil Mack in pass rushing situations. This contract will take some massaging though which is why it is last. Some of the previous contracts can be worked to keep this year a little lighter to maintain more in terms of rolled over cap space. JPP is coming off a season where he accrued 12.5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery.

Contract: 6 years, 72 million dollars, 40 million guaranteed with years one and two at 16 million a season, years 3-6 at ten million a season.

Total: 50.5 million dollars, save ten million for rookies, roll over around 8 million to save for next year’s cap.