Raiders won’t implement Ferrell and other three-man’s fifth-year jerseys wholesale contract option

On Friday, Raiders announced that it would not implement the five-year Jerseys wholesale contract option of the three first round shows in 2019. The three first round players are clelin Ferrell, the defensive front man of the 4th show, Josh Jacobs, the running guard of the 24th show, and Johnathan Abram, the security guard of the 27th show.

Ferrer and Abram’s current performance is mediocre, but Jacobs has pushed thousands of yards in the first two years of his career and is still on the professional bowl list in 2020.
The three players were selected by the former general manager and coach. The new general manager Dave Ziegler and coach Josh McDaniels hope to know more about these players before making a decision.

Michael Daniels said: “we’ll see how the draft goes. It’s all part of the process. The players are great and they’re on track. We also enjoy getting to know each other. I’m looking forward to developing a good relationship with them – it won’t change whether we implement the jerseys wholesale option or not.”