Oakland Raiders To File Relocation Papers For Move To Las Vegas

After months of gross negotiations between craven billionaires, what was all but official is reportedly one step closer to being actually official: the Oakland Raiders are preparing to file relocation papers for their move to Las Vegas, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.


Chargers are headed to soccer venue, so why not Sam Boyd Stadium for Raiders?

First, let’s be real about the numbers: The Chargers not only bolted San Diego for Los Angeles — if you’re still doubting that fact, the National Football League team’s creepy swindling of the Dodgers’ logo should serve as proof — and plan to play the next two seasons at the relatively tiny StubHub Center.


Chargers make it official: They’re moving to Los Angeles

The Chargers are leaving San Diego for Los Angeles, owner Dean Spanos announced Thursday in a letter posted on the team’s website. “After much deliberation, I have made the decision to relocate the Chargers to Los Angeles beginning with the 2017 season,” Spanos wrote. “San Diego has been our home for 56 years. It will

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Oakland council, Alameda supervisors OK Raiders stadium deal

A proposal to build a new football stadium complex for the Oakland Raiders cleared two hurdles Tuesday after the Oakland City Council and the Alameda County Board of Supervisors approved resolutions to enter an exclusive negotiating agreement with former NFL star Ronnie Lott’s investment team.The plan is to build a $1.3 billion coliseum complex with

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Outline emerges of Oakland stadium deal to keep Raiders

With the clock ticking, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf is betting big that a combination of $600 million in private money from Ronnie Lott’s investment group, $200 million in public money and an equal amount from the National Football League will be enough to keep the stadium-hungry Raiders from moving to Las Vegas. At this point,

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Rams to break ground on Inglewood stadium next week

The Rams will break ground on their $2.6-billion stadium in Inglewood next Thursday, according to a person with direct knowledge of the situation who spoke on the condition they not be identified. Expected to be completed in 2019, the venue will be the centerpiece of a 298-acre mixed-use development on the site of the old

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