Las Vegas Raiders: 5 potential cut candidates the team could sign this summer
Andrew Wylie, OG, Kansas City Chiefs
Andrew Wylie has started a lot of games for the Kansas City Chiefs over the last few years, but they have added a ton of new pieces to the offensive line this off-season, which could leave Wylie as the odd man out. It is common for veteran players to go to rival teams after being released, and this is a move that would make a lot of sense for both parties.
Although the Raiders believe they have the right pieces along the offensive line, there are a lot of questions surrounding it. Adding experience from a player coming from a championship team could help not only on the field but the development of some of the young players, as well as some much-needed depth at the position.
The guards for the Raiders currently consist of Richie Incognito, an older player coming off an injury, John Simpson, an unproven second-year player, and Denzelle Good. Although I believe in all three of these players, the Raiders line tends to be hit with big injuries and our backups have to step up, so signing Wylie would make a lot of sense.