The 2020 NFL draft is winding down but that doesn’t mean the rookie player addition period is over.
It’s about to get busy, again. As soon as the draft is over, the race for undrafted free agents will begin. Actually, it has already started. Teams are already discussing UDFA deals with players in case they are are not drafted.
The Raiders, though, may not be as active as some teams. After taking seven players in four rounds, they are right up against the 90-man limit and will only be able to add a handful of players.
Of course, the Raiders can cut some players at the bottom of their roster if they think an UDFA is an upgrade, which will likely happen a few times. So, expect some transaction movement in the next few days.
Below is our reported Raiders’ undrafted free agent tracker. It will be updated as the news comes in. Remember, nothing is official until the team announces it.
Every year, a few players agree to terms with a team and then signs elsewhere because a better deal emerges:
Michigan State defensive lineman Mike Panasiuk signs with Las Vegas Raiders https://t.co/Byd8OBS7YY— SpartansWire (@TheSpartansWire) April 25, 2020
Las Vegas Raiders sign Utah State wide receiver George Mariner, according to a league source— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) April 25, 2020
Former Ohio State long snapper Liam McCullough is signing with the Las Vegas Raiders as an undrafted free agent, per a source.— Joey Kaufman (@joeyrkaufman) April 25, 2020