Raiders Signing Veteran Wide Receiver

With the potential return of Hunter Renfrow in Week 5, the Las Vegas Raiders have one of the best receiving corps in the entire NFL, and today, they decided to add some veteran help to the group, as Albert Wilson will today sign with the team, according to his agents.

The 30-year old went un-drafted back in 2014, and since that point, has put together a very solid career with the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins, and while this signing isn't a huge impact signing, it's a very solid, under the radar move for Las Vegas. Over that time, Wilson has accumulated over 2,600 all purpose yards, to go along with 13 Touchdown's, and with the Raiders looking to make a push in the AFC West after starting 2-3, he'll provide this team very solid depth.

If the Raiders want to avoid a 1-4 start, they'll need to take down the Kansas City Chiefs, and if they can make that happen, this team has a good chance at building good momentum. Either way, this is a fantastic signing for the Raiders, and if Wilson can produce alongside the other weapons on this team, Derek Carr could lead Las Vegas on a major run over the next few months.

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