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Raiders players ‘just as upset’ as fans with Chiefs invasion — VIDEO

Fans haven’t been pleased seeing the Kansas City Chiefs take over the Raiders’ practice facility and Allegiant Stadium locker room for Super Bowl 58.

Safety Isaiah Pola-Mao and wide receiver Tre Tucker shared similar sentiments Wednesday on radio row in an interview with the Review-Journal at Mandalay Bay Convention Center.

“We’re right there with (the fans). We’re just as upset,” Pola-Mao said. “I definitely don’t like seeing them paint their stuff all over the Raiders locker room. I don’t like any of that.”

Added Tucker: “Congrats to them. They earned it. I’m not a big fan of it.”

Tucker said the Raiders won’t forget about this when the two teams play next season.

“We’ll see them next year and I think we will remember this for sure,” Tucker said.

Both players said they won’t be at Allegiant Stadium when the Chiefs and 49ers play. All they hope for is a good game featuring two of the Raiders’ biggest rivals.

“The most I can hope for is it’s a good game to watch,” Pola-Mao said. “At the end of the day, I still respect good players, so I’m hoping that’s what it is — a good football game.”

Tucker and Pola-Mao talked more about last season, coach Antonio Pierce and more in the above video.

Contact Alex Wright at awright@reviewjournal.com. Follow @AlexWright1028 on X.

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