Four free agents the Las Vegas Raiders should not bring back

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CARSON, CA - DECEMBER 22: Free safety Curtis Riley #35 of the Oakland Raiders reacts after colliding with teammate cornerback Trayvon Mullen #27 during the second half against Los Angeles Chargers at Dignity Health Sports Park on December 22, 2019 in Carson, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

The Raiders have a ton of money to use going into free agency, but some of that will be used on resigning players. What players should they move on from?

The Raiders have a lot of players to look into re-signing in 2020, but what players will they re-sign? They have already extended Richie Incognito, and most would agree that bringing back players such as Daryl Worley, Benson Mayowa, and Dion Jordan should be a priority.

This past offseason, the Raiders made wholesale changes to the roster, and it resulted in the team going from four wins in 2018, to seven wins in 2019. In their first season in Las Vegas in 2020, the Silver and Black will be looking to get off on the right foot, and some of the guys coming up in free agency should be brought back.

However, there were some players who had a rough 2019 season, and some who just never got on the playing field. It is easy to look at the list of unrestricted free agents and pick out those players you would like to see back with the team in Sin City, but what about those who should look elsewhere for employment in 2020.

With that being said, what players should the Raiders move on from?

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