The Oakland Raiders have revamped their offense this season with the acquisitions of Matt Schaub and Maurice Jones-Drew, however it seems that Oakland still have a number of moves to make.
According to Pro Football Talk, the Raiders hope to complete a trade to move out of favor QB, Terrelle Pryor out of Oakland by monday.
PFT reports: "Raiders hope to trade QB Terrelle Pryor before the start of the offseason program on Monday, per league source."
It is not clear at this point who the interested teams would be or what price the Raiders would accept for their former third-round draft pick.
It's also possible that the Raiders would simply release Pryor fi they cannot come to a deal with a trade partner.
The good news for Pryor is that Josh Freeman, who is not markedly better than the Raiders passer today secured a contract with the New York Giants today. With a number of NFL teams in the market for a backup quarterback, it's likely that we will see Pryor somewhere else in the league in 2014.