The stench of the greed—even for a league that cherishes money over almost anything—is staggering. Like getting used to a smog-filled city and then being hit with the pungent smell of someone who hadn't showered for several days...
A coffee-table book could be made, at this rate, featuring politicians' statements after an NFL franchise relocated from their cities. Disappointment.
Before NFL games can be played in Las Vegas, the league might want to tweak one significant issue revolving around its rules officials.As passed along by Football Zebras, the league currently has signi
The Oakland Raiders won't carry that name much longer after NFL owners voted in favor of the team relocating to Las Vegas on Monday.This is a move that is sad for fans of the franchise in northern Ca
Appealing to fans in two different cities is a delicate balance following a franchise relocation, particularly when that franchise will remain in its current city for at least two seasons before migrating to its new one.
The NFL owners approved the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas on Monday. While fan reactions are likely to range all over the charts, quarterback Derek Carr was quick to write up a heartfelt message t
In a Phoenix hotel ballroom full of NFL owners voting yes, there was one dissenting opinion. He then released a statement as to why.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr reacted to Monday's news that the organization would be moving to Las Vegas...
The Raiders won't be officially leaving Oakland for at least two years, but team owner Mark Davis is willing to give refunds to all fans who choose to stop supporting the team sooner.After the Raider
The Oakland Raiders will soon be no more. On Monday, NFL owners approved the franchise's move to Las Vegas at the league's annual spring meeting by a vote of 31-1, according to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole ...