Las Vegas Raiders: 5 players to target on the waiver wire
Tyrell Crosby, Offensive Tackle
The Raiders seem to be set at the offensive tackle position with Kolton Miller and rookie tackle Alex Leatherwood. Nevertheless, you can never have enough depth in the NFL, also it is not a given if Leatherwood is officially ready for NFL action.
Enter Tyrell Crosby, the former Detroit Lion who started 11 games at tackle last season, and was slated to start at left tackle opposite first-round pick Penei Sewell. Detroit had other plans and cut the 25-year-old Crosby loose, but at his age, he has plenty left to give and would be a great piece of insurance for Jon Gruden’s offensive line.
Michael Jordan, Offensive Guard
The former fourth-round pick became available when the Cincinnati Bengals decided Xavier Su’a-Filo would be starting in front of Michael Jordan. With the injury history of starting guard Richie Incognito and inexperience from second-year player John Simpson, the move for Jordan by the Raiders would make some sense in a lot of ways.
At only 23, he has already started 19 games and could be an option in Vegas.