Las Vegas Raiders Top List Of Preferred Franchises To Acquire Superstar WR’s Services; Could form a destructive duo alongside Davante Adams

Defending Super Bowl champion Odell Beckham Jr is one of the hottest prospects in free agency. After suffering a torn ACL in the last Super Bowl, the veteran underwent rehabilitation and recovered nearly enough to return to the court. According to reports, he has received numerous offers from various teams, including the Las Vegas Raiders. Rumor has it the veteran was spotted in Vegas recently ahead of his second preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings. Could this mean the superstar signs a deal with the Raiders?

Well, the theory can’t be dismissed as the franchise may be looking for more options despite having a formidable offensive unit. With Davante Adams already on the roster, the inclusion of OBJ would make for a dream team.

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“Opening weekend of #NFL preseason, Odell Beckham Jr. is in Las Vegas. It’s a home away from home for #OBJ With the #Raiders looking for someone to become number two WR would be a perfect marriage. the statement bed. However, the claims have been unclear and no official statement has yet been released.

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Currently, the Raiders have a lethal unit consisting of Darren Waller, Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow and Josh Jacobs. With the inclusion of OBJ, players wouldn’t have to rely on each other as save options. However, to acquire the LSU product, the Raiders will need to make salary cap adjustments. The previous season, Beckham had 27 catches for 305 yards in eight regular games for the Rams.

Davante Adams shares his first impressions of the Las Vegas Raiders

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The Raiders’ NFL training camps this year have been filled with exceptional talent. Not to mention they had a pretty good offseason, and Davante Adams was their jackpot. He was the Packers’ second-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. At the last press conference, Adams praised the candor and his work ethic. More importantly, he shared his happiness at reconnecting with Derek Carr.

” It went well. It’s obviously different every time you switch places, but I enjoyed that. Adams told reporters. ” It was very cool. The teammates welcomed me with open arms from the start. Obviously, a lot of familiar faces too. We had some old coaches that I was around, Mo [Drayton]Tyler Lancaster, Kyler Fackrell, a few guys I already knew, and obviously Derek [Carr] too,” he added.

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The 29-year-old is preparing for his ninth season in the NFL. Under new management, it will be interesting to see how well he justifies his five-year, $141.25 million contract.

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