Reggie McKenzie has had to make do with very few resources during his first two years as the Oakland Raiders general manager. As a result, it’s been somewhat difficult to evaluate his performance. He’s had some success in free agency, but not much yet with the draft.
Heading into the offseason, the Raiders will once again have several holes to fill and it will be up to McKenzie to make the right call. The only difference from 2011 and 2012 is that McKenzie’s job might very well be on the line this time around.
Even with an estimated $50 million worth of cap space and a full load of draft picks, McKenzie will have his work cut out in trying to patch all the holes on Oakland’s roster.
Here are six free agents and college players who the Raiders should consider to fill some of their holes.