The Las Vegas Raiders still have a lot of work to do on Day 2 of the legal tampering period, and here are three fits still available.
The Las Vegas Raiders made a big splash on Day 1 of the legal tampering period, signing edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue, and filling a big void on their roster. As they head to Day 2, there is still a lot of work to do, and after clearing so much cap space in recent weeks, they certainly have some money to throw around.
With that said, here are three players who make sense on Day 2 of the legal tampering period.
Raiders FA fits on Day 2 of legal tampering
WR T.Y. Hilton
We start out at the wide receiver position, where we saw Nelson Agholor leave for the New England Patriots on Monday. In all fairness, the Raiders did get Nelly on a prove-it deal this past season, and prove-it he did, all the way to the tune of a $26 million deal with the Pats to serve as their WR1.
Left on the Raiders is a bunch of young talent at the position group, including second-year players in Henry Ruggs III and Bryan Edwards, as well as Hunter Renfrow. Also, the Raiders have an elite pass-catching option at tight end in Darren Waller, so they just need to bring in some veteran depth.
One option is T.Y. Hilton, who may be 32-years old, but he still can get you 500-600 yards per season and is always a threat in the red zone. In a young wide receiver room, he would be a solid fit.