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Raiders Still Committed To Playing In Oakland In '19 Despite Lack Of Stadium Lease

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 30 / 17

The Raiders "remain committed to finding a way to play in Oakland" for the '19 season "despite word that the agency that oversees their Bay Area stadium will not extend the team’s lease ," according to Adam Candee of the LAS VEGAS SUN. Raiders Owner Mark Davis said, “Hopefully when the ...

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