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NFL Owners Vote 31-1 To Approve Raiders' Move To Las VegasPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 27 / 17
NFL owners today approved the relocation of the Raiders to Las Vegas by a 31-1 vote, with only the Dolphins dissenting (Owner Stephen Ross had previously expressed concern over the pace of relocations ). Afterwards, NFL owners and Commissioner Roger Goodell said all the expected things about tr...
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