Ah, yes. The 2018 trade, which sent off EDGE Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears, still keeps paying dues to the Raiders.
Although one might still argue Oakland would have been better off keeping Mack in the first place.
Either way, the Bears’ first pick in the 2020 NFL Draft goes to the Raiders. And after grabbing a linebacker with their first selection, Dylan Moses, one would expect Jon Gruden to go after a key offensive player to help replace the 2018 trade of Amari Cooper.
TCU wide receiver Jalen Reagor has plenty of talent. At 5-foot-11, Reagor is built more like a slot receiver, which is what Gruden would love to have at his disposal. Reagor’s route running is excellent, and he can handle seam assignments well enough.
There’s a good chance Gruden will look for a quarterback to replace Derek Carr at some point. But if Gruden wants to keep Carr for the immediate future, finding someone like Reagor to improve the signal-caller’s arsenal would be an excellent choice.