With a new system, the Raiders go from last year’s first-round pick.
Las Vegas is giving up an offensive lineman Alex Leatherwoodaccording to multiple reports.
A recent report from Vinny Bonsignore from Las Vegas magazine review shown All options They were at the table with Leatherwood – including moving him to guard him, barter him, or release him. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media noted that the Raiders tried to trade Leatherwood with each team but all they heard was no.
17th overall pick for 2021 draft, Leatherwood drafted to book Colton Miller As the correct team address. But he moved to guard during the season after suffering abroad.
With Josh McDaniels as head coach in 2022, the Raiders moved Leatherwood around the offensive line during the offson program and training camp. But he did not commit to any position and now Las Vegas has chosen to cut ties and move on.
Leatherwood is the latest in a string of failed first-round picks by former head coach John Gruden and general manager Mike Mayock. Both receiver Henri Roges and corner back Damon Arnett were waived last season after serious off-court incidents. 2019 First Round Pick Three – Defensive End Clean Ferrellsafety Jonathan Abramback to back Josh Jacobs Everyone stays with the team. But the three options for the fifth year waned in the spring. Ferrell, who ranked fourth that year, hasn’t been a starter since 2020.
A first-round pick of 2018, Miller was named by Gruden and former general manager Reggie McKenzie. He signed an extension until the 2025 season in April 2021.
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