Jack Del Rio doesn't want to spend time talking about Las Vegas

Posted March 30, 2017

He actually grew up nearly 2,500 miles away in Saginaw, Michigan. Schaaf wrote to Goodell that 55 acres just south of the Oakland-Alameda Coliseum were "immediately available" for a new stadium construction and the proposal also indicated that the Fortress Investment Group would offer $600 million for the project. But that didn't stop the Warriors star from sounding off on the Raiders for making the decision to leave Oakland in the coming years for Las Vegas.

"Raiders fans are the most loyal in the National Football League", said Jake Lindo, an employee at Sports Fever.

The first was as the Oakland Raiders, the second was in Los Angeles, although the team still practiced in Northern California.

On the one hand, I feel really bad for the fans in Oakland.

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I don't like all this relocation going on. I guess the right to put down a deposit on a season ticket whenever they become available.

"No way I'd pay my money to attend a game".

Green made sure to mention that moving a town over is different than bolting to another city 500 miles away.

Those local workouts worked against teams with few major colleges in the area or players who are residents, citing Green Bay vs. Miami. Del Rio said he will reach out to players who lived through that transition, including former Raiders quarterback Jim Plunkett, who works for the team as a TV analyst, to learn from their experiences. "You can move a lot of teams".

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I saw the KC Star's Terez Paylor mention that his stories got a bunch of eyeballs when the Chiefs played the Raiders a year ago, which shows how much those fans care. I wouldn't attend a game. I won't attend a game, and I'm not a diehard Raiders fan, but I do support the city of Oakland.

"This is a tough day for me and all Raiders fans", Hall of Fame coach John Madden told The Sports Xchange. "You just don't do that". Ian Rapoport said Monday on NFL Network that the 49ers would definitely be open to sharing the stadium with the Raiders for the 2019 season, and possibly even 2018.

Oakland's leaders had their opportunity to propose a deal that would be acceptable to Davis, and they blew it.

Michael Lambirt, a member of the team's celebrated "Black Hole" cheering section, said he wasn't going to be attending any more games in Oakland.

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