The Las Vegas Raiders are most likely not going to make the playoffs this season.
And unless they make some serious changes to their roster and their coaching staff, that’s not going to change next season either.
However, and despite his evident frustration and all he’s said about the team and his role, they have no intention whatsoever to trade Davante Adams.
According to NFL insider Dan Graziano, the team won’t move on from the superstar wideout, not even after their Monday night loss to the Detroit Lions (via Get Up).
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) October 31, 2023
Adams forced his way out to Sin City last offseason to team up with his former college best friend and quarterback, Derek Carr.
He silenced the critics by posting another elite-caliber season despite not getting the football from Aaron Rodgers anymore.
But now that Carr is no longer with the team and the Raiders have been less than efficient offensively, he has little-to-no incentives to continue his stay at Allegiant Stadium.
Outside of his first year with the San Francisco 49ers, Jimmy Garoppolo has never been the kind of quarterback who could lead an offense.
Josh McDaniels is one of the best offensive coordinators in the game, but he’s left a lot to be desired as a head coach.
Adams has repeatedly voiced his frustration about his lack of production, and he’s coming off one of the most modest games of his career, with just one catch.
Unfortunately for him, it seems like he’s going to have to wait until the offseason before being rescued.NEXT: Robert Griffin III Insists That Raiders Should Trade 1 Star