Raiders Stadium Deal: Latest News, Rumors on Potential Las Vegas Relocation

The Oakland Raiders have pushed for a relocation to Las Vegas and continue to lay groundwork for a potential move.

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Davis Presents Relocation Pitch to League Wednesday, Oct. 19 Raiders owner Mark Davis said he gave a presentation to the NFL on a potential move to Las Vegas, per Albert Breer of The MMQB.

Jones Comments on NFL-Vegas Partnership Tuesday, Oct. 18 "I think it's a great matchup," Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said, per Tom Pelissero of USA Today.

Stadium Deal Passed by Assembly, Signed by Governor Monday, Oct. 17 Matt Youmans of the Las Vegas Review-Journal shared a photo of Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signing the stadium bill on Monday:

On Oct. 14, Heidi Fang of the Las Vegas Review-Journal provided a photo of the assembly vote that approved the Raiders' funding for a Las Vegas stadium and convention center:

Davis Comments on Vegas Move Timeline Saturday, Oct. 15 "We want to bring a Super Bowl championship back to the Bay Area," Davis said after confirming the team plans to stay in Oakland for two years even if the Vegas move goes through, per Paul Gutierrez of

Raiders to Play at Temporary Location If Move Approved Saturday, Oct. 15 Arash Markazi of reported that if a move to Las Vegas is formally approved in January, the Raiders will play at a temporary location from 2017 to 2019 before the new stadium opens in 2020.

Raiders Move Could Impact Davis' Standing Friday, Oct. 14 Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reported the NFL could make a move to oust Davis if the team moves to Las Vegas:

Davis Comments on Vote Friday, Oct. 14 Michelle Rindels of the Associated Press provided a statement from Davis:

Raiders Secure Votes in State Senate for Stadium Deal Wednesday, Oct. 12 According to Jeff Gillan of News 3 in Las Vegas, the Neva...

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