Pro Bowler for the Raiders, worth $10 million, might be traded to a team competing for the Super Bowl.

Josh Jacobs is still gone from the Las Vegas Raiders as training camp begins, unlike Saquon Barkley, who avoided a holdout.

 If he wants the $10.1 million the franchise tag guarantees him, he must play.

Jacobs and the Raiders can trade or rescind the franchise tag if they decide to move on. Maurice Moton of Bleacher Report named five clubs that should trade for the running backs, starting with the Buffalo Bills, on July 26.

“Because Jacobs cannot sign a multiyear contract until the offseason, the Bills can acquire him in a sign-and-trade scenario, 

adding the 2022 rushing champion on a one-year, $10.1 million deal or a modified contract with incentives and signing bonus similar to Barkley’s deal with the Giants,” Moton wrote.

“Buffalo can restructure left tackle Dion Dawkins’ contract to save $6.4 million, creating room for Jacobs’ salary.”

LeSean McCoy's 1,138 yards in 2017 were the Bills' last 1,000-yard season. Jacobs led the NFL with 1,653 running yards last season. Buffalo has BetMGM's third-best NFL Super Bowl odds. 

A star running back would improve their prospects. Since the Raiders only received a 2024 third-round pick from the Giants for Darren Waller, Jacobs may be available.


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