Cleveland Browns top 3 trade partners for a Kareem Hunt deal

Kareem Hunt #27 of the Cleveland Browns (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
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Cleveland Browns Kareem Hunt Trade Partner #3: Las Vegas Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders made one of the biggest offseason acquisitions with the addition of Davante Adams. Adams suiting up alongside Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller has elevated the Raiders’ passing game, but in the tough AFC West that might not be enough.

Las Vegas’ run game has been a bit of a question mark this offseason. After a strong rookie season, Jacobs has regressed each year on the ground, falling short of 900 rushing yards last season while missing a pair of games.

The upside to Jacobs is his receiving totals have increased, nonetheless, his total yards from scrimmage have decreased each year.

Vegas has made attempts to add another back to this room, trying Kenyan Drake and now Ameer Abdullah. They even drafted Zamir White in the fourth round this past season.

However, adding Kareem Hunt could give the Raiders the type of one-two backfield punch they need.

Adding a playmaker like Hunt to this offense could be what Las Vegas needs. The Chiefs, Chargers, and Broncos are all ready to go in this division too.

The more weaponry the Raiders can add the better. Hunt brings ability in the passing and running games and can keep defenses guessing throughout a contest. That would be huge in this division.