Former Raider WR Tim Brown shares his thoughts on the Raiders moving to Las Vegas from Oakland
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Draymond Green said of the Raiders' move to Las Vegas: "That's like moving the Dallas Cowboys or like moving the Packers. ... You can move a lot of teams. Ain't many fan bases like the Raiders'."
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
Draymond Green says Oakland fans should boycott the Raiders for the next three years. "No way I would pay to attend a game."
The delayed move of the Raiders to Las Vegas is odd for fans, but should help the team logistically, Rams COO Kevin Demoff said.
While NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Tuesday that owners continue to oppose legalized sports betting, there are no plans to prohibit bets on the Raiders once they move to Las Vegas.
A day after receiving approval to move to Las Vegas, the Oakland Raiders started accepting deposits on season tickets for a stadium not expected to open until 2020.
San Jose Mercury News columnist Tim Kawakami chats with Andy Katz and Rick Klein about what the final straw in the Raiders' departure from Oakland was and why it's possible another owner not named Mark Davis would've been able to save the team.
Los dueños tienen bien claro el negocio: no sólo se trata de construir equipos ganadores sino de construir estadios que les generen ganancias.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman chats with Andy Katz and Rick Klein about the Raiders' move to the desert, misnomers around the taxpayer funding mooted for their eventual stadium, a target date for their relocation and more.
Clinton Yates, Aaron Dodson, Justin Tinsley and Rhiannon Walker weigh in on the Raiders' move to Las Vegas and if the move can draw a significant fan base.
The guys talk about the Cavs latest loss and if they're really vulnerable in the east, plus should Sam Hinkie want the Kings GM job and Ken Jeong stops by.
The guys talk with Tim Legler about the Cavs struggles and if they're in trouble in the east, plus is Sam Hinkie about to get another shot and actor Ken Jeong stops by.
Would the Raiders be able to help Aldon Smith? Jack Del Rio thinks so, but under Smith's suspension the team isn't allowed to even contact him.
Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer
Hayward native Jack Del Rio to Sal Paolantonio: "I am East Bay proud. There is nothing more I want to do than to bring a championship to Oakland." He'll have perhaps only one more year to do so.
The guys talk about their level of concern with the Cavs after another blowout loss plus are so many teams moving really that bad for the NFL?
The guys discuss how the move to Las Vegas may affect the Raiders' players and the visiting teams. Mike Trudell also shares his theory on how the Lakers could catch the Nets in the standings.
Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer
Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said he thought he could "help" Aldon Smith, were he able to have contact with the suspended linebacker. "But the experts know; the experts don't allow it so, you know, I just have to follow the rules," Del Rio said. "But it does get frustrating to not be able to help a young man, help provide support, provide structure, but somebody else has to make those decisions. That's just out of my hands."
Oakland head coach Jack Del Rio says his players need to focus on doing their jobs now and worry about the Raiders' move to Las Vegas later.
Co-owner Mark Wilf believes Adrian Peterson still has a "lot of great football left in him" and "he'll always be part" of the Vikings' family.
The league's stadium games haven't concluded, but Roger Goodell's goal of having 32 stable franchises in their markets seems awfully close to fruition.
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The Raiders plan to pay $500 million toward the total projected cost of $1.9 billion for a new Las Vegas stadium expected to open in the 2020 season.