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The Las Vegas Raiders are official. The Oakland Raiders will move to Las Vegas and begin playing in the desert starting with the 2020 season. National Football League owners approved the team’s application to relocate to Southern Nevada at their annual meeting this morning at ...

The Las Vegas Raiders: NFL owners OK move from Oakland

March 27th, 2017

The Las Vegas Raiders are official. The Oakland Raiders will move to Las Vegas and begin playing in the desert starting with the 2020 season. National Football League owners approved the team’s application to relocate to Southern Nevada at their annual meeting this morning at ...

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