Raiders broadcaster Greg Papa teased Raiders fans a bit Thursday with an implication about a potential upcoming move by the team.

“They are talking to a certain running back,” Papa said at the end of his “Afternoon Delight” show on 95.7 The Game. “I’ll have to hold this for tomorrow.”

Co-host Bonta Hill said “Uh oh” and it’s easy to imagine him writing the letters “AP” on a piece of paper to show Papa.

“No, no, no, no, no, not any of the people you are thinking about,” Papa said.

That sounds like it ruled out Adrian Peterson, who has shown interest in the Raiders but has otherwise not been linked to the team.

Papa’s next comment was a clue that leads to Oakland native Marshawn Lynch.

“He did not even play in the NFL last year,” Papa said. “I’ll leave it there. Chew on that.”

Unlike Peterson, who missed most but not all of the 2016 season with a hurt right knee, Lynch was out of the NFL after retiring from the Seahawks during Super Bowl 50.

Since Papa is well-connected within the Raiders organization, serving as their radio play-by-play announcer for the last 21 seasons, his hint should be taken seriously.