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Beginning March 14, please follow our Raiders’ free agency tracker for news and notes for the rest of the month.

March 11

12:28 p.m.: An interesting nose tackle is on the market.

8:58 a.m.: The Raiders made a minor roster move.

8:22 a.m.: Would Josh McDaniels be interested in a former receiver of his who is on the trade market?

March 10

11:57 a.m.: Another veteran offensive lineman is available.

11:17 a.m.: Another former Patriots’ defender (with ties to the new Raiders’ brass) is available.

7:13 a.m.: The Derek Carr speculation WON’T stop.

March 9

3:48 p.m.: It looks like a former Raider is hitting the open market at a need spot.

3:00 p.m.: The Raiders made another minor roster move.

10:58 a.m.: Another QB is on the move.

7:31 a.m.: Seattle has released linebacker Bobby Wagner. The Raiders could use Wagner and perhaps they will pursue him, but Las Vegas likely would have had a better chance of adding him if Gus Bradley was still running the defense. Perhaps Wagner will end up in Indy with Bradley, who helped draft him.

March 8

2:00 p.m.: The Raiders made a minor roster move.

1:31 p.m.: J.C. Jackson is hitting the open market. Will the Raiders’ new brass reunite with him?

12:13 p.m.: The Davante Adams dream has all but ended for this season. Maybe next year ...

10:52 a.m.: A star is staying in the AFC West.

10:49 a.m.: Wow, Russell Wilson now plays in the AFC West.

10:02 a.m.: With Rodgers out of the picture, the Broncos will reportedly now try to trade for Russell Wilson.

8:28 a.m.: The good news: Aaron Rodgers won’t be coming to the AFC West and the Denver Broncos.

The bad news: This probably means Davante Adams isn’t going anywhere, either.

7:45 a.m.: Wide receiver Allen Robinson is heading toward free agency. The Raiders could show interest.

7:03 a.m.: James White, a Josh McDaniels favorite, will play in 2022. The running back is a free agent.

March 7

12:46 p.m.: Another coaching spot filled in Las Vegas.

12:42 p.m.: Take this potential Raiders’ trade target out of the mix.

11:08 a.m.: The Patriots are cutting linebacker Kyle Van Noy. It would make sense if the Raiders, whose brass have worked with Van Noy, if the Raiders show interest in him.

9:42 a.m.: Former Raiders’ general manager Mike Mayock may be returning to his broadcasting roots.

8:41 a.m.: Another speed receiver, Robby Anderson, may be available in a trade.

March 4

3:08 p.m.: This is not a surprise. The question is will the Raiders engage in trade talks?

10:26 a.m.: This is big. Patriots star cornerback J.C. Jackson reportedly will not be given the franchise tag and will hit free agency. He has ties to the new Raiders’ regime and it’s a need position for them. It will cost a lot and the there will be competition, but perhaps Las Vegas will land him.

8:27 a.m.: The Cowboys are reportedly about to release former Raiders’ receiver Amari Cooper. Will there be a reunion?

March 3

9:27 a.m.: Should the Raiders trade a third-round pick for James Bradberry and reunite him with new defensive coordinator Patrick Graham?

9:16 a.m.: Big news. All NFL COVID-19 protocols have been lifted. Everything is back to normal after nearly two years.

March 2

12:29 p.m.: Josh McDaniels is adding a familiar face to his staff.

11:59 a.m.: Former Raiders’ running back Devontae Booker was cut by the New York Giants. He signed with the Giants last year after spending 2020 with the Raiders.

8:07 a.m.: The Raiders are hiring former Green Bay special teams coach Maurice Drayton (he was fired and replaced by former Raiders’ interim head coach Rich Bisaccia) as assistant special teams coach. He worked with new Las Vegas special teams coach Tom McMahon in Indianapolis.

March 1

10:35 a.m.: The Raiders are doing a great thing. This video is worth watching. It’s great to hear from Carl Nassib and have the strong support of a teammate.

9:03 a.m.: Here is more smoke that the Raiders’ Davante Adams’ dreams may not happen in 2022.