ONN – Oakland Raiders Still Not Given Coliseum JPA Notice Of Leave For Las Vegas Stadium
Las Vegas – While the Las Vegas media has the Oakland Raiders “on the way” (as they say) to Sin City, the fact is the Silver and Black have not told the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Joint Powers Authority they are leaving.
An Oakland Elected Official with need-to-know status said that “The Raiders have until the end of March to notify which they have not done.” That means, until the Raiders tell the Coliseum JPA otherwise and officially, they are still the Oakland Raiders.
And if the Raiders stay, then they must pay the Coliseum JPA $10.5 million – and for the entire NFL 2020 Season. No split NFL season will be entertained by the Coliseum JPA.
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