clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Kyle Wilber among Raiders remaining free agents

Las Vegas has four unsigned free agents

Kansas City Chiefs v Las Vegas Raiders
Kyle WIlber
Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

It has been another dizzying offseason of Las Vegas Raiders’ roster moves.

Last week, cornerback Casey Hayward became the 17th free agent that the Raiders either signed from another team or re-signed from their own roster. The Raiders saw five free agents sign elsewhere, and they cut five veterans and traded three players.

As the smoke clears, there are four remaining Las Vegas free agents from the 2020 roster.

Let’s look at them and see if they may return:

Kyle Wilber:
I’m somewhat surprised the Raiders haven’t brought Wilber back. He has been a special teams stalwart for them and special teams coach Rich Bisaccia is a big fan of his. I wouldn’t be shocked if we see Wilber brought back at some point.

Los Angeles Chargers v Las Vegas Raiders
Vic Beasley
Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Vic Beasley:
Beasley was signed during the 2020 season as the Raiders were desperate for pass rush help. Beasley played in five games with the Raiders and had one tackle. The only way I can see him coming back if there are multiple injuries at the position.

Daryl Worley:
Worley played two games for the Raiders last season. They are overloaded at cornerback and I don’t see him coming back any time soon.

NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Las Vegas Raiders
Sam Young
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Sam Young:
The offensive lineman played 11 games and started seven games for Las Vegas last season. Young’s biggest problem was staying healthy. I can see the Raiders wanting to bring Young back as a depth piece behind rookie starting right tackle Alex Leatherwood.