Published: Tue, March 12, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Oakland Raiders: 3 Bargains to target in 2019 National Football League free agency

Oakland Raiders: 3 Bargains to target in 2019 National Football League free agency

So maybe we should not be all that surprised that apparently, the Raiders will not be chasing after Le'Veon Bell. because they don't have the cash to sign him. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal can't be finalized until the new league year starts Wednesday.

The NFL's legal tampering period officially kicked off Monday and several notable players have already agreed to contract terms with new teams, including LB Kwon Alexander (49ers) and OT Trent Brown (Raiders).

Don't be surprised if Oakland replaces Osemele's salary with another highly paid offensive lineman. Now he'll be protecting the blind side of Derek Carr.

Despite earlier reports to the contrary, the Jets sound unified in their approach to free agency, and more specifically, Bell. He's the most likely candidate to step up at left tackle with Brown gone next season, but spent this past season on injured reserve.

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Brown played right tackle in San Francisco and was used at left tackle in New England, starting all 16 games in 2018. Washington has expressed interest in bringing back veteran Adrian Peterson, who rushed for 1,042 yards last season.

The Patriots traded for Brown before the 2018 season and moved him to left tackle.

Good news for the Raiders: There are a ton of young and talented prospects who are hoping for a bigger role in their next job, and Oakland may just be the place for them.

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