Well, this is becoming a thing for the Raiders.
NFL.com is reporting that Las Vegas is one of several teams conducting FaceTime pre-draft meetings with Utah State quarterback, Jordan Love.
Packers, Saints among several teams conducting virtual visits with QB Jordan Love (via @RapSheet)https://t.co/ESMBwUN3W1 pic.twitter.com/domUdQJ6gU— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) April 1, 2020
These video meetings have been prompted because pre-draft, in-face meetings have been scuttled due to the coronavirus crisis.
The Raiders have already conducted a FaceTime meeting with Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert. Each team gets to conduct 30 video meetings prior to the April 23-25 draft.
We wrote on Monday that there are plenty of pre-draft rumors that the Raiders have interest in Love.
The Raiders did something similar last year when they had pre-draft workouts with quarterbacks Kyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins, so these meetings with Herbert and Love follow that trend — just in the virtual realm.
Here is an excerpt from the NFL.com story on Love meeting with the Raiders:
We’re all used to all this Jon Gruden quarterback talk and I can see why fans are getting tired of it.
But, the truth is, the Raiders’ meetings with Herbert and Love are only keeping the chatter alive whether it’s just due diligence or a real possibility.