The Las Vegas Raiders are signing a veteran wide receiver to their active roster this Tuesday afternoon.
The Raiders are reportedly signing veteran wide receiver Albert Wilson, elevating him from the practice squad to active roster.
Wilson, 30, caught 25 passes for 213 yards for the Miami Dolphins last season. He's an experienced veteran who can make an immediate impact for the AFC West franchise.
The Raiders' roster decision comes after a tough 30-29 loss to the Chiefs of Kansas City on Monday night.
This move could also correspond with a possible Davante Adams punishment.
The talented Raiders wideout shoved a photographer to the ground following the team's tough loss to the Chiefs last night. Adams is expected to receive a punishment.
If Adams gets suspended, Wilson will be available to add some depth at wideout for the Raiders.