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Robert Kraft Supports Fellow Owner Mark Davis' Efforts To Move Raiders To Las Vegas

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 23 / 16

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft on Friday said that he would "support the efforts" by Raiders Owner Mark Davis to "relocate his franchise" to Las Vegas if a stadium deal cannot be struck to keep the team in Oakland, according to Jarrett Bell of USA TODAY. Kraft said, "It would be good for the NFL. I kno...

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