The Raiders are undergoing a lot of changes with a new regime in place and ridding the team of Stanford Routt and his bloated contract was one of the first roster moves of new general manager Reggie McKenzie.
While the move was necessary in order to get the Raiders closer to the salary cap, it still leaves a gaping hole at the corner position. Now that Chris Johnson was also released, rebuilding the secondary is now a top priority for the Raiders this offseason.
However, the Raiders will not be in the market for top corners; with little cap room and just two late-round picks to work with, Oakland's options will be limited in terms of adding talent to the roster.
Here are some players the Raiders should look at in order to get their secondary up to par.