The Jets have made WR Robby Anderson available in advance of the trade deadline, and the Raiders are among the teams interested in dealing for him, reports Connor Hughes of The Athletic.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano pointed out earlier this week that two other teams in particular could have their eyes set on Anderson: the Packers and Eagles.
The trade deadline is Oct. 29 at 4 p.m.
According to The Daily News' Manish Mehta, the Jets have "made it clear to teams" that Anderson can be had for the right price. Since Anderson is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season, the Jets could get some draft capital in return if they don't see themselves re-signing him in the offseason.
Davante Adams is currently dealing with turf toe, and Anderson joining a quarterback like Aaron Rodgers who loves to throw the deep ball could be a good matchup. The Eagles also need receiver help as Desean Jackson continues to battle injury, and they showed Anderson some interest last season before trading for Golden Tate with the Lions.
This season with the Jets offense sputtering, Anderson doesn't have the best numbers with 266 yards on 17 receptions and one touchdown. But he did just have that breakout game against the Cowboys where he totaled 125 yards on five receptions, including a 92-yard touchdown run that saw that blazing speed the Jets -- and other teams -- love.
As the days wind down and the deadline gets closer, we'll see where the Jets' heads are at. And Anderson could be one of those players that gets traded off -- if that's what GM Joe Douglas wants to do.