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Latest Raiders Stadium Cost Projection At $1.7B; Could Play At UNLV's Stadium In '18

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 27 / 17

The cost to build a stadium in Las Vegas for the Raiders is just under $1.7B, more than $200M less than the $1.9B previously projected, according to a source. The source got the information from a copy of the relocation resolution NFL owners will vote on today or tomorrow. The resolution also disclo...

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