Reports: Raiders to sign WR Agholor

Wide receiver Nelson Agholor is expected to sign a one-year deal with the Las Vegas Raiders, multiple media outlets reported Saturday.

Financial terms were not disclosed for Agholor, who spent five NFL seasons with Philadelphia after being selected by the Eagles with the 20th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.

Agholor recorded just 39 receptions for 363 yards with three touchdowns in 11 games in 2019. His 9.3 yards per catch was a career low.

The 26-year-old posted career-best totals in receiving yards (768), touchdowns catches (eight) and yards per reception (12.4) in 2017. He capped that performance with a nine-catch, 84-yard showing in Philadelphia's 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4, 2018.

Agholor potentially could make an impact for a Raiders team in need of production from its wideouts. Tight end Darren Waller led the team with 1,145 yards last season.

The Raiders also reportedly added offensive lineman Eric Kush, tight end Nick O'Leary and running back Rod Smith.

Kush, 30, posted a photo displaying he had agreed to terms with the Raiders. The terms weren't revealed.

Kush started seven of 16 games played for the Cleveland Browns last season. Overall, he has played in 49 games (19 starts) since 2013 with the Kansas City Chiefs (2013-14), then-St. Louis Rams (2015), Chicago Bears (2016-18) and Browns.

The 27-year-old O'Leary had 53 receptions for 668 yards and four touchdowns in five NFL seasons with the Buffalo Bills (2015-17), Miami Dolphins (2018-19) and Jacksonville Jaguars (2019).

O'Leary split last season between the Dolphins and Jaguars and had 13 receptions for 109 yards and one touchdown.

Smith, 28, has rushed for 364 yards and five touchdowns and caught 30 passes for 272 yards and one score in 55 NFL games (two starts) with the Seattle Seahawks (2015), Dallas Cowboys (2015-18), Tennessee Titans (2019) and Raiders (2019).

Smith played in six games last season -- three for the Titans, three for the Raiders -- and didn't receive a single carry. He was on the field for one offensive snap for the Raiders with all the rest of his action in 2019 coming on special teams.

--Field Level Media