Even after the Davante Adams deal, the Las Vegas Raiders will try hard for the NFL Draft.
The Las Vegas Raiders made one of the biggest deals of the NFL season, and yes, we know there are plenty of them. At the expense of their first- and second-round picks in this year’s NFL Draft, they’ve acquired multi-star receiver Davante Adams from the Green Bay Packers.
Even after trading both of their top picks in the NFL Draft, the Raiders don’t rule out a move back to the table. That comes from head coach Josh McDaniels himself, who says they’ve had conversations at NFL owners meetings.
Raiders talk about potential trading back to the top of the NFL Draft
That would certainly be something if Las Vegas can win a top pick in the NFL Draft despite trading their top two picks for Adams. But, if this NFL season has proved anything, anything is possible.
The Raid has had an eventful season competing in a tough AFC West tournament. They traded it for Adams and gave him a five-year, $140 million contract. The Raiders also signed one of the top passers in freelancing, Chandler Jones, formerly of the Arizona Cardinals, to a three-year, $51 million deal. Las Vegas made another deal, buying Rock Ya-Sin from the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for Yannick Ngakoue.
Whether or not the Raiders make an exchange to return to the NFL Draft table, it sticks to the theme of how aggressive they were at the start of the 2022 league year to build their playoff footing during the season. last tournament.
The NFL Draft runs April 28-30, live from Las Vegas.
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