If the Raiders did not want to give up a first round pick, they would have to add a lot of desirable pieces to make the Packers consider the trade. To start off, the Raiders could offer former first round pick Johnathan Abram, who is still looking to find his footing at the NFL level, but someone who fills a void in Green Bay.
I am not sure that the Raiders would be willing to let him go, but considering they brought in Karl Joseph, as well as drafting Tre’Von Moehrig, they are capable at the position.
Hunter Renfrow is a player I would not want to see the Raiders let go, but if it meant the team bringing in Davante Adams, I am all for it. I would assume teams would view Renfrow as a great piece in trades, as he is criminally underused in the Raiders offense, and would likely thrive a ton with an offense like the Packers.
With more roster cuts on the way before 2021 free agency, the Las Vegas Raiders should keep their eyes on talented veterans who could hit the open market.
The Raiders would also have to give a second round pick, because even though Abram and Renfrow is a lot, it is not even close to equaling Davante Adams. The Packers have some real issues going on with the front office and their superstars this offseason, and while there is a lot of assets going there in these trades, Adams is well worth it.