Re-sign: Dwayne Harris
Dwayne Harris was brought in this past offseason to be a leader for the Raiders on special teams, and he was all of that and more. A two-time AFC Special Teams Player of the Week, Harris was a dynamic player for the Raiders in his role, and set a franchise record with a 99-yard punt return on Christmas Eve.
Harris is a guy who can do so much for your team on special teams, whether it is getting down on coverage, or being the return man. The Raiders got him for $720,000 this past offseason, and while his price tag will likely be a bit higher in 2019, Gruden and his staff absolutely love what he brings to the table.
The Raiders have a lot of holes to fill on this roster, but in Harris, they have a guy who can be a legitimate impact player every time he steps on the field. In a year where the Raiders failed in many departments, Harris excelled, and should be awarded with at least a new two-year deal, even at 31-years old.