The Las Vegas Raiders are entering a completely new era of football this offseason. Gone are the days of the proud franchise playing in Oakland. Now, they are hoping to start their new era off in Las Vegas by becoming a playoff contender in the AFC.

In order to make that kind of a jump, Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock know that they will need to add more talent to their roster. One position of need is wide receiver, as the Raiders know they need more talent alongside Tyrell Williams at the position.

According to a report from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Raiders were interested in New York Jets' impending free agent receiver Robby Anderson at the trade deadline. They could very well revisit their interest in him this offseason in free agency.

Anderson would be a nice addition for the Raiders' offense. He would provide Derek Carr, or whoever the franchise has at quarterback, with a weapon that can take the top off of defenses. There have been some concerns about consistency with him, but he is still going to be one of the most attractive free agents at his position.

In 2019 with the Jets, Anderson ended up catching 52 passes for 779 yards and five touchdowns. Those numbers came even with Sam Darnold missing a chunk of games at the beginning of the year.

Should the Raiders choose to pursue him, they certainly have the money to give him a lucrative deal. He will have interest from plenty of other teams as well. Las Vegas would be an ideal landing spot this offseason.

Expect to hear plenty of rumors about the Raiders this offseason. They are going to look to make some big moves and Anderson could be part of their plan.