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Arden Key, Las Vegas Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders used the third-round of the 2018 NFL Draft to select Arden Key in an effort to bolster the defensive end position. He has yet to live up to the expectations he faced to start his career and coming off a season-ending injury doesn’t help, either.

There isn’t much need to keep Key considering the Raiders have plenty of better options on their roster. For reference, Las Vegas already has Maxx Crosby, Clelin Ferrell, and Carl Nassib likely finishing ahead of Key on the depth chart heading into the season.

If the Raiders do keep Key on the roster for the 2020 season, it will be a must that he provides a noticeable impact. The recent investments Las Vegas has made at this position since the Khalil Mack trade should put additional pressure on Key to perform.