Las Vegas Raiders: Adams and Renfrow have talent around them at WR
Since Hollins came into the NFL, he has been one of the top special teams players in the league. Between Philadelphia and Miami, Hollins was able to see the field due to his special teams abilities and became a favorite of the coaching staff in Miami especially.
Due to his special teams strengths, Miami began to give him opportunities as a deep threat on offense and he had some good moments, notably against the Raiders in 2020 when Ryan Fitzpatrick came in late and threw a deep pass with Arden Key grabbing his facemask with minimal time remaining.
Hollins made that deep reception that set up the win.
Hollins’ career highs in yards came his rookie season, but he nearly matched it last season. Hollins is also the highest-paid receiver out of these options, but he is still probably more suited for special teams and the occasional deep shot.
Hollins compares favorably to former Raiders fan favorite Andre Holmes as a big-bodied receiver who is exceptional on special teams. Hollins will get a crack and the Raiders may feel comfortable with a smart, reliable player out there opposite their stars, however, Hollins offers less upside due to his lack of experience and less than desirable route running and separation.