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Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson has withdrawn his financial backing from the Raiders' proposed stadium deal in Las Vegas.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.
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."