The tug of war over the Oakland Raiders continues. On Monday, the Nevada governor signed a bill approving a $750 million tax subsidy to help build a $1.9 billion stadium in Las Vegas, furthering the city's bid to convince the Raiders to relocate. Raiders owner Mark Davis has already pledged to move the team to Las Vegas, pending approval by the NFL and a vote by team owners. Meanwhile, Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf says she is working to keep the team "where they belong." We get an update on the Raiders' status.
Raiders' Move to Las Vegas More Likely as Nevada Governor Signs Bill to Fund Stadium
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A fan holds a sign in the stands imploring the team to stay in Oakland during the NFL game between the Oakland Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs at O.co Coliseum on December 6, 2015 in Oakland, California. (Photo: Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)
Rick Tittle, sports talk show host, 95.7 The Game.
Nina Thorsen, KQED Producer, The California Report
Matt Youmans, NFL reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal