Breaking News: Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis has reportedly signed off on GM chasing QB in Round 1 of NFL Draft, but with one major caveat

According to reports, owner of the Las Vegas Raiders Mark Davis has given the team the go-ahead to try to move up in the NFL Draft by making a trade for one of the best quarterback prospects in this year’s class. However, there is a catch.
For the Las Vegas Raiders, this offseason has been fascinating. Initially, they fulfilled the aspirations of numerous supporters by appointing Antonio Pierce as the permanent head coach. To fill the same position with the silver-and-black, they also brought on Tom Telesco, a former general manager of the Los Angeles Chargers. Additionally, they made a significant impression in free agency by acquiring Christian Wilkins, a gifted defensive end.


The 2024 NFL Draft is currently the team’s and the fan base’s main concern, and there has been conjecture regarding what they will do in Round 1. There are rumors that the team would be thrilled to select a franchise quarterback in a draft class that includes up to four signal callers with star potential.
Regretfully, the Raiders may pass on four excellent quarterbacks before the team has a chance to select at pick 13. To acquire their desired player, like Jayden Daniels or JJ McCarthy, they would have to make a risky move up in the first round. That requires upper management consent, which Telesco appears to have.

“As long as it makes sense,” the Las Vegas Raiders front management is permitted to trade up in the 2024 NFL Draft.

“Sources say Raiders owner Mark Davis has given his blessing for Telesco and Pierce to make a move, any move” to grab the player they want in the first round, according to a report published on Wednesday by ESPN Las Vegas Raiders writer Paul Gutierrez. Nonetheless, Gutierrez disclosed that they are permitted to carry it out “as long as it makes sense.”

This means that once the Chicago Bears choose USC star Caleb Williams with the No. 1 overall pick on April 25, the general manager and head coach will not be permitted to mortgage the future in order to acquire one of the other signal callers. Most likely, the Patriots or Commanders would need to receive an irresistible offer in order to trade either of their top-3 selections. But at six, a contract with the Giants might be feasible.

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