The Las Vegas Raiders added another perimeter weapon for Derek Carr in the loaded AFC West.
Per ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, the team reportedly came to terms on a one-year deal with former Jets/Jags receiver Keelan Cole.
Cole went undrafted out of Kentucky Wesleyan, but found a way to carve out a place for himself in the NFL.
In his rookie year, Cole caught 42 balls for 748 yards and three touchdowns; making just six starts on the season.
For his career, the 29-year-old receiver averages 14.4 yards per reception.
Now he'll look to bring some big plays to the Las Vegas strip, as he joins a Raiders WR core that includes: Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow, Demarcus Robinson and Brian Edwards.
The Raiders will have to put up some points if they hope to compete with the Chiefs, Chargers and Russell Wilson-led Broncos in 2022.
Cole could prove to be a very underrated signing for Las Vegas this season.