If the New England Patriots want to improve their pass-catchers via trade, they have a logical partner in the Las Vegas Raiders.
And it’s not totally outrageous to suggest the Pats could swing a deal for one of Vegas’ top pass-catchers, because a new report suggests that two of them could be readily available. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported last week that Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels and GM Dave Ziegler are expected to “continue aggressively tweaking the roster” in the 2023 off-season.
That likely doesn’t involve First Team All-Pro wide receiver Davante Adams, who himself came to Vegas in an “aggressive tweak” of a trade with the Packers last year. But there are other pieces that could fit what the Patriots want.