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Improved numbers likely in Vegas
Garoppolo should improve his overall numbers during his first season with the Raiders, Kevin Patra of NFL.com predicts.
Role should remain stable
Ted Nguyen of The Athletic believes offseason acquisition Jakobi Meyers will shift primarily to the outside, leaving Renfrow as Las Vegas' slot receiver.
Likely to play more outside
Ted Nguyen of The Athletic points out that Meyers has been more effective playing on the outside than in the slot, and the wide receiver will likely spend more time playing outside after signing a three-year, $33 million contract with the Raiders.
Part of revamped tight end corps
Hooper could serve as the primary pass-catching option at tight end for the Raiders after signing a one-year deal with the team Wednesday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Sticking with Raiders
Renfrow received a $4.3 million roster bonus Friday and is likely to remain with the Raiders for the 2023 season, Bill Williamson of RaidersSnakepit.com reports.
Could pay big dividends
Meyers is identified by NFL.com's Bucky Brooks as a free-agent signee that could pay off nicely in 2023 and beyond.
Hoping for long-term deal
Jacobs and the Raiders are hoping to reach a long-term deal before the July 17 deadline, Tyler Dragon of USA Today reports.
Will be tagged if no deal
The Raiders intend to use the franchise tag on Jacobs if they are unable to agree to a new contract by Tuesday's deadline, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Still in Raiders' plans
Perryman is a player the Raiders would like to re-sign, Vincent Bonsignore of The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Possible fit for Big Blue
Dan Duggan of The Athletic views Hollins as a possible target for the Giants in free agency.
May return to Las Vegas
Stidham, a pending free agent, could prove to be an appealing option for the Raiders in lieu the team pursuing other quarterback avenues this offseason, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Franchise tag candidate
Jacobs could get the franchise tag, valued at $10.1 million for 2023, this offseason from the Raiders, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports.
Expected to be released
Carr will likely be released by the Raiders after informing the club he won't waive his no-trade clause and approve a deal to another team, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Unlikely to be traded?
Dan Graziano of ESPN.com believes the Raiders will have difficulty trying to trade Carr this offseason.
Wants to stay with Raiders
Jacobs, who is a pending free agent, reiterated his desire to remain with the Raiders during a Thursday appearance on NFL Network's Good Morning Football, Coral Smith of NFL.com reports.
Meeting with Saints
Carr is set to visit with the Saints on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Difficulty dealing with Carr exit
Crosby conceded Saturday that Derek Carr's impending departure from the Raiders will be difficult for him to process, Christian Gonzales of NFL.com reports.
Headed to New Orleans?
The Saints could emerge as the favorite to land Carr in a trade from the Raiders, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports.
No extension talks
Jacobs has yet to hear from the Raiders about a potential contract extension, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.
Granted permission to seek trade
Derek Carr was given permission from the Raiders to speak with teams that have already agreed to trade compensation with Las Vegas, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Won't extend trigger date
Carr confirmed Thursday at the Pro Bowl Games skill competition that he's not planning on extending the Feb. 15 trigger date on his contract that would give the Raiders additional time to resolve his future with the team, Stephen Holder of ESPN.com reports.
No permission to talk trade
Carr has not been granted permission by the Raiders to discuss the parameters of a possible trade with other teams, Albert Breer of SI.com reports.
Multiple teams in mix
Carr's trade market is expected to heat up as the Super Bowl draws closer, with the Commanders, Saints and Jets the most likely teams to pursue him, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.
Struggles in cold weather
Rich Cimini of ESPN.com believes Carr's struggles in cold weather could keep the Jets from pursuing him.
Pens farewell post to Raiders fans
Carr, who isn't expected to return to the Raiders in 2023, bid farewell to the team's fans in an emotional Instagram post on Thursday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.