The future home of the Raiders and UNLV football is set to be one of the most connected stadiums in the country.
Rick Maiani doesn’t envision “Coming Home” being played over the Las Vegas Stadium loudspeakers after the Raiders score a touchdown. But he said the Raiders told his agent they are interested.
The Raiders stadium in Las Vegas continues to take shape without little to no impact from the winter storm that passed through the valley on Wednesday and Thursday this week.
A lease agreement allowing the Raiders to play in Oakland in 2019 is expected to be finalized and advanced next week to the voting stage, where it’s considered unlikely to face significant opposition, a person familiar with the process said Thursday.
The Raiders stadium in Las Vegas has made significant progress over the past month.
The Raiders took another small step Friday toward a one-season return to Oakland when the board that oversees the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum deemed to continue negotiations with the NFL club about securing a rental agreement for the 2019 campaign.
Changes to the Raiders’ coaching staff for 2019 include the apparent departure of Kelsey Martinez, the first female assistant in franchise history. She was a strength and conditioning coach.
The Raiders’ search for a home stadium in 2019 soon could reach a familiar place after the franchise recently resumed negotiations with the group that oversees Oakland-California County Coliseum.
A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press the perennial Pro Bowler has formally asked the Steelers for a trade, the latest move in a game of brinksmanship by the 30-year-old designed to force Pittsburgh to move him by the start of training camp this summer.
After being fired for leaving his limousine unattended to greet Raiders owner Mark Davis and president Marc Badain during a chance meeting at Caesars Palace, Dan Holmgren said the Raiders have contacted him with a lead on a job.