Raiders general manager Mike Mayock continued his busy week by making another big splash just nine minutes after the legal-tampering window opened on Monday.

After trading for wide receiver Antonio Brown and trading away OL Kelechi Osemele, the Raiders reportedly agreed to a deal in principle with offensive lineman Trent Brown.

As NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport noted, the deal will in fact make him one of the highest paid tackles in football.

Trading Osemele helped make this deal possible, freeing $10.2 million.

The Raiders offensive line was one of the worst in the NFL last year, allowing 51 sacks on quarterback Derek Carr. Protecting Carr is a priority for Gruden and Mayock, especially after adding Brown who will look to stretch the defense downfield.

Oakland drafted OL Kolton Miller last year to take over the left tackle position from Donald Penn, but ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that signing Brown will slide Miller over to the right tackle position.

Offensive line coach Tom Cable will now have to find the right combination to help keep Carr upright, while also replacing a former Pro Bowler in Osemele.