The Oakland Raiders went into this offseason needing help at receiver. A week into free agency, Oakland has added a receiver but has dropped two from the roster. So, the search goes on. Sunday, Oakland shipped Cordarrelle Patterson to New England. It was clearly a precursor to adding a receiver as the trade saved Oakland more than $3 million in salary-cap room. The expected target was Washington free agent Ryan Grant. He visited Oakland on Monday but ended up agreeing to terms with the Indianapolis Colts according to the NFL Network. Next up, according to The Athletic, is a visit today with Eric Decker. The nine-season veteran had 54 catches for 563 yards last season for the Tennessee Titans. Decker was a strong performer for both Denver and the New York Jets from 2012-15. He was injured for most of the 2016 season. Decker is 31. If added, he would be another older receiver signed by Jon Gruden. The Raiders signed former Green Bay receiver Jordy Nelson to a two-year deal last week. Nelson will be 33 in May. Decker would probably play slot role and take some time away from current No. 3 receiver Seth Roberts, who was kept this year despite having a poor season in 2017. Another option is former Jacksonville receiver Allen Hurns. He was cut Tuesday after two injury-plagued seasons. He played two seasons under Greg Olson, who is now Oaklandâ€™s offensive coordinator. Whether the Raiders sign Decker, Hurns, Mike Wallace, Jordan Matthews, Kendall Wright, Jeremy Maclin or whoever, they will likely need to draft one as well. Any move that is made at this point will be for the short term, so the Raiders will still need to work on adding to the position.