REPORT: Lynn Bowden Jr. traded by Raiders to Miami

The Raiders drafted Bowden in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft

Courtesy: Twitter/@Raiders

LEXINGTON, KY (WTVQ) – Former Cat Lynn Bowden Jr. hasn’t even played a down for the Las Vegas Raiders, but he’s already reportedly being traded. Reports are he’s headed to Miami.

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Bowden seemed to confirm the move on Twitter by tweeting an emoji of a dolphin.


The Ohio native was drafted in the third round by the Raiders in the 2020 NFL Draft. Head Coach John Gruden planned to play him at running back, but was going to use him elsewhere as well.

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