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Published August 18, 2014
NO PLACE LIKE HOME: ESPN's J.A. Adande said of the Raiders, "They should stay in Oakland, although the NFL needs a team in L.A. eventually. I'm not sure the Raiders are the ones." Adande said there is "still a tremendous amount of support for the Raiders" in L.A. Columnist Kevin Blackistone said the Raiders "belong" in Oakland. Blackistone: "I do not believe this story about having a team in L.A. We've heard that before. I don't think owners want a team in L.A. I think they want that to be their bargaining chip." The Boston Globe's Bob Ryan: "As a rule, I hate to advocate moving franchises from cities because obviously some cities are very deserving … They should stay in Oakland, although the stadium situation is almost untenable" ("Around The Horn," ESPN, 8/15).