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Sources: NFL Sets $325-375M Relocation Fee For Raiders' Potential Move To Las VegasPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 22 / 17
The NFL has "made workable one potential road block" for the Raiders in their bid to move to Las Vegas, setting a range of $325-375M for the franchise’s relocation fee, according to sources cited by Albert Breer of THE MMQB. That is "relatively affordable" compared to the $650M the Rams and Ch...
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