2020 Las Vegas Raiders Player Salaries
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Salary info from Spotrac.com

Cory Littleton (three-year, $35.25 million with $22 million guaranteed):

Littleton was the Raiders’ big signing in the 2020 offseason to bolster their linebacking corps. Originally undrafted out of Washington in 2016, Littleton quickly developed into a star player for the Los Angeles Rams. He was named a Pro Bowler in 2018, his first full season starting on defense, and followed it up with another strong season in 2019 which led to him sigining a big deal with Las Vegas.

Marcus Mariota (two-year, $17.6 million with $7.5 million guaranteed):

Mariota joins the Raiders to help bolster the team’s quarterback depth. He spent three years at Oregon and was eventually drafted second overall in 2015 by the Tennessee Titans. He assumed the starting role as soon as he arrived and proceeded to have a record-breaking rookie campaign. After three more solid seasons as a starter, Mariota was eventually succeeded by Ryan Tannehill after struggling early in the 2019 season.

Nick Kwiatkoski (three-year, $21 million with $13.5 million guaranteed):

Kwiatkoski is another linebacker the Raiders added in free agency. He had spent the last four seasons with the Chicago Bears, seeing a majority of time with the special teams. He was selected in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft after spending all four college years at West Virginia. Kwiatkoski’s last season in Chicago was his best statistical year, recording one interception, four pass deflections, one forced fumble and 76 total tackles.

Maliek Collins (one-year, $6 million with $5.75 million guaranteed):

Collins joins the Raiders after spending four years with the Dallas Cowboys. The defensive tackle was a third-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. Throughout his tenure with the Cowboys, he started in 55 of 61 games played and totaled 14.5 sacks. Collins’ four years rank as the third most among any other player on the Raiders defensive line, adding some veteran depth to the otherwise young defense up front.

Eli Apple (one-year, $6 million with $6 million guaranteed):

Apple gives the Raiders another option at cornerback. The Raiders had eyed some other targets at cornerback, but Apple has four years of pro experience with the New York Giants and New Orleans Saints. Apple spent just two years at Ohio State before being taken 10th overall in the 2016 NFL Draft. Apple finished 2019 with the Saints, totaling four pass deflections and 53 solo tackles.

Jason Witten (one-year, $4 million with $3.5 million guaranteed):

Witten’s first season with the Raiders will be his 17th in the NFL. He previously spent the entirety of his career with the Dallas Cowboys, earning 11 Pro Bowl selections and two All-Pro selections. He has totaled the second-most receiving yards of any tight end in NFL history. Standing at 6’6″, 263 lbs., Witten adds to the Raiders’ already sizable group of tight ends.

Jeff Heath (two-year, $6 million with $2.85 million guaranteed):

Heath was yet another former Dallas Cowboys player to join the Raiders in the 2020 offseason. He spent seven years as a safety in Dallas, starting full time in his last three seasons. He was originally signed as an undrafted free agent from Division II school, Saginaw Valley State. In his final year with the Cowboys, Heath posted seven pass deflections and 41 solo tackles.

Nelson Agholor (one-year, $1,047,500 with $887,500 guaranteed):

Agholor is one of the Raiders’ few additions at the wide receiver position in the 2020 offseason. After a number of role players coming in and out of the Raiders lineup, Agholor brings with him a veteran pedigree. Although entering just his sixth professional season, Agholor has started in 62 games and already won a Super Bowl with the Philadelphia Eagles. Agholor was selected 20th overall in 2015 after spending three years at USC.

Nick O’Leary (terms unknown):

O’Leary provides another tight end for Jon Gruden and the Raiders offense to utilize. He was drafted in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills out of Florida State. O’Leary spent two seasons in Buffalo before being cut and picked up by the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins cut him in late October of last year, but he was later signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Between both teams in 2019, he totaled 109 receiving yards as he is more known for his blocking pedigree.

Carl Nassib (three-year, $25 million with $17 million guaranteed):

Nassib is yet another young defensive lineman to join the Raiders in 2020. He was taken in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns but was waived two years later and joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a two-year stint. He has showed improvement nearly every year, including in 2019 when he had one forced fumble, six sacks and 24 solo tackles. Nassib has been an off-and-on starter the last few years with the Buccaneers and provides the Raiders some much-needed depth.

Eric Kush (terms unknown):

Kush marks the Raiders’ only 2020 offseason signing of an offensive lineman. The Raiders will be Kush’s fifth team in seven years after spending time with the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Bears and Cleveland Browns. He has spent the majority of his career coming off the bench, playing a career-high 42% of offensive snaps in 2019 with the Browns. Kush entered the league as a sixth-round pick of Chiefs in 2013.