Chiefs DL Chris Jones Enjoying Raiders' Facility

One of the Las Vegas Raiders' main targets in free agency will be Kansas City Chiefs' DL Chris Jones. The veteran is enjoying the Raiders' facilities.

The Las Vegas Raiders defense had one of the most successful seasons in recent memory, as the Silver and Black depended on their defense to keep them in and even win multiple games this season.

Defensive Coordinator Patrick Graham and Coach Antonio Pierce got the most out of one of the lowest-paid defenses in the National Football League. 

While most of their defense played well this season, the unit is young and still developing. They could still use additional help on the defensive side of the ball.

This offseason, the Raiders have some of the most cap space available of any team in the National Football League, and that's before they make any potential moves this summer to free up even more money to spend in free agency. 

Kansas City Chiefs DL Chris Jones has enjoyed using the Las Vegas Raiders' facility. 

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Potentially, one of the Raiders' top free agency targets this summer will undoubtedly be Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones, who held out last offseason, hoping for a higher-paying contract with the Chiefs. 

Jones and the Chiefs would eventually agree on a one-year deal. 

However, Jones will likely want even more money after another productive season and might be willing to leave the Chiefs for that more significant contract if they win the Super Bowl. 

Veteran Raiders defensive lineman Maxx Crosby has publicly expressed how willing and excited he would be to have a player like Jones on the defensive line with him. 

With the Chiefs in the Super Bowl, they've been using the Raiders' state-of-the-art facility. Jones shared his feelings about the facilities and seemed to enjoy the experience.

"The Raiders have the best facility in the league," Jones said. "[It is a] very first-class organization. New equipment, new facility. Much respect to the owner and the organization."

The thought of their division rival practicing in their facility might not be ideal for those inside the Raiders organization. 

However, Jones' use of the facility while preparing for the Chiefs to play in the Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas could be the first step to Jones' eventual switch to the Silver and Black. 

The NFL Draft will be held in Detroit, Mich., on April 25-27, 2024. The Las Vegas Raiders currently hold the No. 13 overall pick.

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