The Raiders trade Taiwan Jones.
The final scenario is a bit unique, in that it suggests a player that is currently on the roster to be traded. Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com says the Raiders should part ways with Taiwan Jones.
"The fastest player on the Raiders’ roster, and the lone position player still in Oakland who was drafted by the late Al Davis, Jones simply cannot get on the field. He has been inactive three of the past four games. Sure, Jones has a nagging injury here and there, but a change of scenery might also serve as a salve. He could help a team in need of speed, and he not only returns kickoffs but is also a top-flight gunner on special teams."
I agree with everything Gutierrez said here. Jalen Richard has effectively replaced Taiwan as the kick returner, and Jones has also been replaced as the team’s gunner. He’s also buried on the depth chart behind Latavius Murray and the rookie backs, so he’s really of no more use to the team.
The problem is, what team would trade for Taiwan? He is 28 years old with one more year on his contract, and if any team has paid attention the last few seasons, they’ll realize that while Taiwan is an incredible athlete, his inconsistency is obvious.
Better football players than Taiwan get traded for 6th or 7th round picks, so the Raiders would be fortunate to even fetch that much.
Conclusion: Not Realistic.