The NFL has approved the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas.
In a letter to Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf, commissioner Roger Goodell expressed skepticism in Oakland's bid to keep the Raiders from relocating to Las Vegas.
MMQB's Albert Breer was told the Raiders have "27 or 28" votes in their bid to relocate to Las Vegas.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports owners will vote on the Raiders' relocation bid on Monday.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports a vote on the Raiders' relocation proposal is likely to happen at the Annual League Meeting at the end of the month.
The Raiders have informed the league they have plugged the financing gap in their Las Vegas stadium plan.
An investment group seeking to keep the Raiders in Oakland has submitted a stadium plan to the NFL.
Roger Goodell said he does not "see an ownership position in a team from a casino."
The San Diego Union-Tribune's Kevin Acee reports San Diego officials have reached out to the Raiders to gauge their interest in the city.
NBC Bay Area reports the Raiders' proposed Las Vegas stadium is on thin ice without casino financier Sheldon Adelson.
ESPN's Ramona Shelburne reports Goldman Sachs is "re-evaluating" the proposed stadium deal in Las Vegas.
Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson has withdrawn his financial backing from the Raiders' proposed stadium deal in Las Vegas.
Even if the Raiders are approved for relocation to Las Vegas, they plan to play the next two seasons in Oakland.
Raiders have officially filed relocation paperwork for their proposed move to Las Vegas.