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With Monday's owners vote approving the Raiders' move to Las Vegas, the Raiders and Rams-- remember when they were Los Angeles neighbors? -- account for four of the NFL's six most recent relocations.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams COO Kevin Demoff acknowledged that the Raiders' situation -- getting approved for Las Vegas, but remaining in Oakland for two or three more years -- "is certainly awkward." But he called it "an advantage from a logistics perspective." "They're not relocating in the same year as the vote," Demoff said. "They're staying in California this year. There will be some difficulties that come with that, but from a planning perspective, logistics perspective, it gives them a lot more time than we had, or the Chargers have, to get set up, to give players a chance to look at houses, to understand where the facility will be. Some of the really difficult challenges that come with a compressed timeframe, they will not face."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders plan on using a grass field at Las Vegas dome, rolling it in and out of the southern part of stadium, similar to what the Cardinals do in Arizona, and UNLV would use same grass field. With the table of grass inside the dome on game days, the area outside where the grass sits will become a fan experience/tailgate area.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions GM Bob Quinn told his team's website that the franchise is in the "very early stages" of negotiating a contract extension with quarterback Matthew Stafford. He said the process will take "months, not weeks." Stafford is entering the final year of his contract in 2017.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, the only owner to vote against the Raiders' move, said there's too much reliance on public money for NFL stadiums. He said "to own a team you should have deep pockets to deliver."

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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams are still in search of a center and would prefer one with experience for Jared Goff, who's still only 22. They're exploring free agency and trades for that. But besides that, they are pretty much done with free agency. At least for now. Rams are estimated to have somewhere between $10M and $12M in cap space, but roughly $5M of that will go to the draft.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he's not pleased that he was the lone no vote on the Raiders move to Las Vegas. But he did so because of the fans in Oakland.

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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Not surprising, given where their issues lie, but pretty clear at this point: the Rams are expected to go heavy at WR and TE in the upcoming draft.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie was awarded this "chalice" as the Sporting News Executive of the Year. I asked him if he would fill it with Skittles. He would not bite.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Carr is healing from his broken right leg and will be a full go at off-season activities, said Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

According to reporters at the league meetings, Lions GM Bob Quinn said he did not meet with RB Joe Mixon at Oklahoma pro day, that was RB coach David Walker.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin: 'I always feel like we are close. You could have asked me during one of those 8-8 years, and I felt like we were close. And I mean that.'

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Browns owner Jimmy Haslam to ESPN.com's to Pat MacManamon on whether he has any issue with the Titans' ownership structure: "That's a commissioner issue and not something I care to comment on." Roger Goodall has said the NFL has an issue with the Titans' ownership structure, which has Amy Adams Strunk as controlling owner. John Mara of the Giants (in Jan. of 2016) and Jerry Jones of the Cowboys (in Jan. of 2017) have each said they have no problem with the Titans' ownership structure. Jones said "I'm not in that segment that has any critique of her role. I'm not. I don't have any suggestions altering the structure." Though he's now been asked, we don't know if Haslam is in that segment.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers RB DuJuan Harris, who was a non-tendered restricted free agent, is returning to the team on a one-year deal. Harris' agent confirmed Harris' return on Monday afternoon. Harris spent most of last season as one of two primary backups to Carlos Hyde. He finished with 138 yards on 38 carries and 8 catches for 115 yards with a touchdown.