Oakland Raiders To Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium? NFL Team Hasn’t Told Coliseum JPA It’s Leaving

Oakland Raiders To Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium? Nfl Team Hasn’t Told Coliseum JPA It’s Leaving
(Last Updated On: January 3, 2020)

Oakland Raiders To Las Vegas Stadium? NFL Team Hasn’t Told Coliseum JPA It’s Leaving

ONN – To Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium? NFL Team Hasn’t Told It’s Leaving

The have everyone believing they’ve left for Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium, and that their last game was the loss to the Tennessee Titans. People from all walks of life have taken time to make selfie photos and videos near Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium, and even Media’s ger Joseph Armendariz got into the act with a three-set of s on Christmas Day. But all of this is way too fast, and even Joseph pointed to one possible problem when he said to me that “not much has been done since the last time I visited the stadium in March (of 2019). Well, that may be connected to this , I am sharing.

As explained in the Live Show from Thursday January 2nd, and marking the first on to start 2020, my source, someone who’s in a position to know, said that the have not told anyone at the City of , or the County of Alameda, or most notably, the Coliseum Joint Powers Authority that they’re leaving. On top of that, the time frame for the Raiders to give notice is small, and closing. “I know they have until March,” my source said.

When I remarked that I thought the deadline was April 1st, my source said “Well, by that day, that’s it. They should have told us by then.” So, really it’s March, but the point is, the Raiders have not given Alameda County Executive Director any phone call to say the NFL team is gone.

Mainstream Media Is Not Reporting This About The Lease Option At The

Mainstream media outlets are not reporting that the Raiders have a lease extension at the for the NFL 2020 Season. If they don’t explain this in the context of the Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium discussion, they’re not reporting the whole truth. If the Raiders do intend to stay in for NFL 2020, they have to pay the $10.5 million. Moreover, the ’s not interest in a split-season deal modification at this point, because “We would have to find events to fill those open dates.” So, full payment for a full NFL 2020 Season, as agreed to last year, and set up by now former Executive Director Scott McKibben.

Stay tuned.

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