It seems like every time we talk about the Raiders, we’re reminded of the franchise’s trade deadline deals.
The Raiders traded a third-round pick in 2018 and a third in 2019 to move up from No. 20 to No. 1, which allowed them to move on from their own free agent class of 2019.
After losing key players like linebacker Khalil Mack, the Raiders were able to add a third and fourth-round picks.
With the Raiders’ offseason workouts set to begin on Monday, we figured it was only a matter of time before the Raiders traded their third- and fourth rounders.
This was the moment the Raiders signed free agent guard Zack Martin and safety Charles Woodson, and the Raiders didn’t just get some cheap picks from the Broncos.
They also got a couple of players they could use in the offseason.
The Raiders traded away two second-rounders, cornerback Darrin Walls and defensive end Johnathan Hankins, to the Titans.
That gives the Raiders an extra first-round selection and a seventh-rounder in 2018.
Then they traded out of the first-rounder range for the second-rounder and a fifth-rounder.
They then signed linebacker Dontari Poe and cornerback Jarrad Davis, two guys that can play on the edge and can help in nickel packages.
The move allows the Raiders to move down to No.
“The Raiders have a first-and-10 from the Tennessee 31-yard line with 7:02 left in the first quarter, so they take a knee on the sideline, get a timeout and then run a play.
They don’t want to be in a position where they have to get the play call from the officials, so that’s what they do.
They then use a short snap to take the field and run a short slant to the sideline.
The Titans have three defenders in the box, and Poe and Davis get pressure on the quarterback and keep the ball away from the quarterback.
After a few plays, the Titans end up with a fumble.
So the Raiders do what they did on the next play, they move to their base, and they run a fake field goal to get back in the game.
The play is not great, but the Raiders kept the ball on the ground and got a field goal.
I don’t know if the Titans are happy with their decision, but they probably would have won the game if they had gotten a fieldgoal.
At this point, it seems like the Raiders have enough picks in 2018 to go with a couple other picks in 2019 and 2020.
You can’t be too quick to judge when the Raiders can draft in the draft, but it seems that they’re going to have to go back and evaluate their picks, particularly the draft of Poe and the defensive backs.
Dontari is the next big thing.
With Poe, the defense is a lot better.
They have a ton of talent in the secondary and are going to be able to bring back some guys who could help out the defense.
Now, if they were to get a cornerback or two, they could be looking at a couple.
The one they took last year, D.J. Hayden, is now gone.
It looks like the Titans will look to move off of their second-year player and sign a free agent cornerback or safety in the off-season.
If they do that, they would have to pay the $4 million guaranteed they gave Poe to move him to the Raiders.
That’s going to get them a good cornerback or safeties.
We’ll see if the Raiders trade Poe, who is going to need to prove he can play inside and outside.
He’s got good size and a good athleticism.
There’s no question he’s a better player than Jones, but if the team wants to get him on the field, they’re probably going to want to pay him more than what he’s getting right now.
Poe is a young guy.
He’s going into his second year.
He’ll turn 27 in February.
He hasn’t played much at the NFL level, but he could be a great cover guy if the defense can be more aggressive.
In 2018, he had eight tackles and one pass breakup.
He was a great run defender, but also had a lot of sacks, too.