Ranking Raiders 2023 free agent re-sign priorities

Before the team can really get into what free agents they may wish to add this offseason, they must first think about which of their own free agent to bring back and which to allow to hit the market.

Here are all their free agents in order of how much they should prioritize trying to re-sign them.

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RB Josh Jacobs

He’d still be under contract for another season had the team exercised the fifth year option on his rookie contract. But they didn’t, and he went out and won the rushing title. He may ultimately command more money than the Raiders can offer, but offer they must because he is currently the best back in the league.

LB Denzel Perryman

Perryman is a year removed from a Pro Bowl season. Injuries caused him to miss five games this season, but he’s clearly one of the best inside linebackers in the league and the Raiders defense is markedly better when he is on the field than when he is not. He just turned 30, so he has good years left.

WR Mack Hollins

It was a career year for Hollins, catching 57 passes for 690 yards and four touchdowns. He also is a fine blocker and special teams gunner. He had his lapses in being on the same page as the QB, but you’d have to figure a full year under his best in this system would help with that.

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