The Las Vegas Raiders may have the worst offensive line in the league in 2022. Yes, the Cincinnati Bengals have a case as well. But for the sake of the story, it’s the Raiders.

It was so bad, that former first-round pick Alex Leatherwood is no longer on the team, as he quite literally played himself off of the roster.

Against the Los Angeles Chargers, the offensive line was still not good. So, naturally, fans are yelling and shouting from the mountain tops that the front office should do something. On Tuesday, they did.

The Las Vegas Raiders signed former first-round pick Billy Price to the practice squad, per Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. And, he has a chance at getting elevated to the 53-man roster.

Now, Price was drafted in 2018, so he is still fairly young.

He can play every position on the offensive line, but is best at the center or the two guard spots. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals and played 42 games for them, but only started 19 of those 42 games in the three years he was there.

Last season he was on the New York Giants and started 15 games at the center position.

This move by the Raiders is a flyer move, They are hoping to take a shot that has no real consequences but could at least help their putrid offensive line problem.

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