4 available free agents the Las Vegas Raiders should still target
Kenny Stills, WR
This move might be considered a wild card, but the former University of Oklahoma product is the sort of wild card move we can see Jon Gruden and the Raiders pulling. The Raiders did add some depth in the wide receiver department by picking up vets John Brown and Willie Snead, while second-year players Henry Ruggs and Bryan Edwards are expected to make huge leaps going into their second seasons.
Let’s not forget slot man Hunter Renfrow, who has been a model of consistency since joining the Raiders via the 2019 NFL Draft. With that being said, it seems there can never be enough chefs in the kitchen in the wide receiver department for Jon Gruden.
Kenny Stills is a burner, that is for sure, and although the Raiders seem to have some exceptional speed in the receiver department, the jury is still out on if Ruggs can handle a heavier workload at this point. At the age of 31, John Brown is coming off an injury-plagued season, so Stills would provide a deep a consistent threat for quarterback Derek Carr.
Now, this move may not come to fruition, but for a one-year vet minimum deal, the move would make a lot of sense for the Raiders, and at 29-year-old, Stills is in the prime of his career and could be a difference-maker for many teams if given a chance.