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.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports Raiders owner Mark Davis will be in Las Vegas later this month to discuss the construction of a new stadium.
Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reports the Raiders moving to Las Vegas remains a possibility.
The Raiders have signed a one-year lease to remain in Oakland's O.Co Coliseum for the 2016 season.
The Houston Chronicle's John McClain reports the Raiders will host the Texans in a regular-season game in Mexico City next season.
Raiders owner Mark Davis said the team is working on a one-year lease with the Oakland Coliseum.
In a memo sent to all 32 teams, the NFL said, "There is no prohibition under league rules on a team moving to any particular city."
Raiders owner Mark Davis is in Las Vegas on Friday morning meeting with Sands casino chairman Sheldon Adelson about his support of an NFL stadium in "Sin City."