There has been a lot of recent speculation about the future of Las Vegas Raiders free agent wide receiver Nelson Agholor. There has been unconfirmed reports that he is likely to come back to the Raiders after a productive 2020 season. But there are other reports that said he will likely test the open market.
Bradley should leave fans more optimistic given his track record of getting mid to late-round picks to develop at Pro Bowl-caliber levels in his defense. On the one hand, Bradley has his hands full getting the most out of the already substantial draft capital the Raiders have invested on the defensive side of the ball in recent years, not to mention big-money free agents; Lamarcus Joyner, Nick Kwiatkoski, Cory Littleton, and Carl Nassib.
The Las Vegas Raiders have made some more early additions of the offseason to their roster. Wide receiver Trey Quinn and quarterback Quinn is a 6-foot, 200-pound wide receiver from Southern Methodist University. He was selected by the Washington Football Team in the seventh round (No.