Raiders Rumors: 2020 NFL Free Agent Defensive Tackles Las Vegas Could Target To Replace P.J. Hall

Raiders rumors swirling now are around potentially replacing P.J. Hall after Las Vegas tried to trade the former 2nd round pick to the Minnesota Vikings, but Hall failed his physical. The Raiders Report is made possible by Panda Supps! Go to - USE code Raiders to save 30% & get FREE Shipping, so you don’t get cut like P.J. Hall.

Las Vegas Raiders have been trying to find solid interior defensive line play since Jon Gruden took over as head coach. The Raiders hired Rod Marinelli this off-season and signed Daniel Ross and Maliek Collins to bolster that line. Now Chat Sports’ Mitchell Renz wonders if the Raiders could sign a free agent to help replace P.J. Hall. Some names to consider are Mike Daniels, Damon Harrison, Timmy Jernigan, Marcell Dareus, Xavier Williams, Brandon Mebane.

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P.J. Hall never lived up to expectations with the Raiders and after showing up to camp out of shape, the Raiders traded him. Last season Mike Daniels and Damon “Snacks” Harrison played with the Lions, while Jernigan played with the Eagles, Dareus played with Jacksonville, Williams played for the Chiefs and Mebane played with the Chargers. Could the Raiders sign any of these players?

IN THE VIDEO ABOVE & BELOW: Mitchell Renz the host of The Las Vegas Raiders Report breaks down some potential free agents the Raiders could sign to play DT

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