KAANAPALI, Maui — If it's time for the Raider quarterback camp, it's time for the Marc Wilson trade talk.
A year ago, he barely arrived in El Segundo from his Seattle home when the Philadelphia Eagles let it out that they were talking to the Raiders about a trade. That one fell through on draft day.
This year, with Rusty Hilger apparently slated for the No. 1 job, there are again reports that the Raiders will trade Wilson. A team source says that despite Wilson's guaranteed $1 million contract, there may be a taker.
An NFL general manager says that the Raiders are also talking as if they may go after the Eagles' recently-waived Ron Jaworski. Jaworski, 36, could probably be signed for less than Wilson or Jim Plunkett are making, and has already indicated his interest in a letter to the Raiders.