Raiders have officially filed relocation paperwork for their proposed move to Las Vegas.
If the league approves the Raiders' move to Las Vegas, the team would hope to relocate in time for the 2020 season.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Raiders will file relocation papers with the league in an effort to move from Oakland to Las Vegas.
The NFL reportedly believes the Raiders are done in Oakland and is working to "clear a path" for their move to Las Vegas.
The Washington Post reports it's uncertain if the league would approve the Raiders' move to Las Vegas if/when the team formally applies for relocation.
Nevada lawmakers approved a hotel tax increase which will provide $750 million in public funding towards a new NFL stadium in Las Vegas.
The Raiders have earned initial approval of $750 million in public funding for a stadium in Las Vegas.
The (currently) Oakland Raiders filed a trademark application for "Las Vegas Raiders."
Raiders owner Mark Davis believes moving the team to Las Vegas would "unite the Raider nation."
An anonymous NFL owner told Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman the percentage chance the Raiders move to Las Vegas "is now 50 percent -- and maybe as high as 75."
Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman insists the city is not "getting played" by the Raiders.
Raiders owner Mark Davis says the team "will be the Las Vegas Raiders" if the city comes through.
Raiders owner Mark Davis says the team will contribute $500 million to the Las Vegas stadium project if it's approved.
The Los Angeles Daily News reports Raiders owner Mark Davis will have another meeting with Las Vegas officials on Thursday regarding a new stadium.