3 worst moves by the Las Vegas Raiders during the 2020 offseason

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The Las Vegas Raiders made a ton of great moves this off season, but there were also a few transactions that left Raiders fans scratching their heads.

The Las Vegas Raiders improved their roster at nearly every position before the move to Sin City, adding a number of receivers, cornerbacks, and linebackers to the team. The team is setting themselves up for a great 2020 season, but there is no doubt that they could have made a few better decisions this offseason.

Over the last two years, general manager Mike Mayock has done a tremendous job building up this roster, shedding terrible contracts, and adding young talent. He has had the luxury of having five first round picks the last two drafts, but it has been his work outside of the first round that has really been impressive.

As they enter the next chapter of Raiders football, the team is coming off a three-win improvement last season, and have their eyes set on the playoffs. Of course, not all decisions are going to be home runs, and there were a few this offseason that could end up backfiring on the franchise.

Let’s take a look at three of the worst moves the team made heading into the 2020 season.

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