The Las Vegas Raiders have a lot of work to do this offseason in free agency, and here is the franchise’s best/worst FA signing since 2018.
Based on the current state of the Las Vegas Raiders roster, second-year general manager David Ziegler better have a game plan for this year’s free agency season. Not only do the Raiders have to find a starting quarterback for the first time in nearly a decade, but all three levels of the defense must be upgraded, as well as the offensive line.
Other than that, the Silver and Black do have a ton of positives heading into this offseason, including a lot of cap space, and some elite draft capital. If there was any offseason to turn this franchise into a perennial playoff contender, this is the one, but word is still out as to whether or not Ziegler and his staff are the people for the job.
Looking back, it is clear the Raiders franchise has had some serious swings and misses in terms of free agency. There have been some good signings, but for the most part, free agents seem to come to the franchise fresh off solid seasons, only to falter in the Silver and Black.
With that said, we look at the single best and worst free agent signing for the Raiders franchise since 2018.