Entity Overseeing Proposed Las Vegas NFL Stadium To MeetThe entity that oversees a proposed Las Vegas NFL stadium is set to meet publicly.
Grant Napear Live from Radio Row with JT The Brick - 2/1Grant Napear Live from Radio Row with JT The Brick.
NFL Commissioner Goodell: Work To Be Done Before Vegas MoveNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league has not made a determination about Las Vegas as the host of a team for the league.
Levi Damien joins The Lo-Down - 1/25Levi Damien, Silver and Black Report, joins the Lo-Down to talk about the Raiders new assistant head coach, Joe Pagano. They also talk about the Raiders possible move to Las Vegas.
One day too late; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie 1/19On the Thursday edition of The Grant Napear Show, Jason Ross fills in for Grant as he travels with the team for the long road trip. Listen as Doug and Jason break down all the latest around Rudy Gay and his ruptured Achilles. Plus the fellas discuss the NFL Championship weekend, all that and more ...
Bay Area Investors Still Working To Keep Raiders In Oakland Oakland civic leaders and deep-pocketed investors are fighting to keep the Raiders from moving.
Raiders Take First Step Towards Las Vegas RelocationThe "Oakland" Raiders may soon be no more as the team formally filed paperwork for a Las Vegas relocation.
Oakland Raiders File Relocation Paperwork To Move To Las VegasThe team needs 24 in-favor votes from the league's owners in order to relocate.
Raiders Heading To The Playoffs For First Time Since 2002
County Approves Negotiations On $1.3B Raiders StadiumA late bid to keep the Oakland Raiders from moving took a step forward Tuesday after Alameda County supervisors approved opening negotiations with an investment group on a $1.3 billion stadium project.
Carmichael Dave's Random Thoughts: Goodbye Raiders, Derrick RoseCarmichael Dave jots down his latest thoughts on the Raiders inevitable move to Las Vegas and the Derrick Rose trial.
Plan To Use Public Funds For NFL Stadium In Vegas Passes 1 Of 2 VotesA plan to put $750 million in public funds toward an NFL stadium in Las Vegas has passed the first of two major votes in the Nevada Legislature, with lawmakers saying they understood their votes might draw criticism but they want to bring more jobs to a beleaguered construction industry.