While Robby Anderson has had some issues off the field during his time with the New York Jets, it has not stopped him from being an incredibly productive player on it. Anderson has been a bright spot on a very sub-par Jets offense over the last two seasons, and as he enters free agency, he could be a nice addition to the Raiders offense.
Anderson has missed only two games in his NFL career, and while his 2018 season was not as good as 2017, he was playing with a rookie at quarterback. The fact is, Anderson has the size and speed the Raiders need on the offensive side of the ball, and he would instantly be the top target for Derek Carr at the wide receiver spot.
Jordy Nelson is back for year No. 2 in the Silver and Black, and Marcell Ateman showed flashes that he can be a productive wideout at the NFL level. Anderson would be a guy they could line up on the outside and try to take the lid off the defense, and Gruden loves guys with size, and who are not afraid to go up and make the big play.