Donovan McNabb is the latest player on the Raiders' radar according to multiple media reports. Also according to reports, McNabb is not interested in becoming a Raider.
The Raiders haven't had a winning season since 2002, and they are trying to change that by adding a proven veteran at quarterback. Adding McNabb would make them better, but that won't solve their biggest problem.
The Raiders have a weak offensive line that contributed to JaMarcus Russell's poor play. It also helped contribute to Bruce Gradkowski and Charlie Frye getting injured.
The last thing a 33-year-old quarterback, who is not too fond of using his legs to scramble, wants to do is go to a team where he will have to run for his life. At his age a serious injury could end his potential Hall of Fame career.
The offensive line may not be the only factor either—let's take a look at 10 players who would tell McNabb to stay away from Oakland.