Just when it looked like the porous Oakland Raiders secondary was turning over a new leaf, their two young stud defensive backs sustained serious injuries. Hard-hitting rookie and first-round pick Johnathan Abram will miss the entire season after tearing his labrum, while cornerback Gareon Conley might miss time with a neck injury. With these two on the mend, the Raiders should look to the free agent marketplace and single out these three as replacements.
3. Kayvon Webster
Injuries have limited Webster to just 13 games in the last two years, and he could still offer some physicality in the slot despite having been released by New Orleans in the preseason. He's better in the slot than outside, but Webster is one of the few free agents who can play both spots. Not the highest-ceiling signing in the world, but he has a low floor, and could help Oakland right away.
2. Josh Jones
It remains a mystery as to why Jones, who forced his way out of Green Bay due to concerns about his role in the defense, is not on an NFL roster. The former second-round pick out of North Carolina State would be a perfect backup plan for Abram, as he brings that same physical style and versatility without sacrificing the cover skills you need to play safety in Paul Guenther's defense.
1. Eric Berry
He isn't always healthy, and swapping Chiefs red for the silver and black of the Raiders is sacrilegious to some, but there is nothing quite like Berry when he's at 100 percent. A Pro Bowler every year that he's been healthy, Berry still has the range in zone coverage and nose for the football that made him nearly unstoppable in his prime in Kansas City. If he is intent on playing this year, Oakland would be an ideal landing spot, purely from a football perspective.