• 周日. 1月 23rd, 2022
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Night net null null The Raiders will play out the 2016 Night net season in Oakland. Not that they had many other options.A one-year lease extension agreement has been made to continue playing at O.Co Coliseum, the franchise announced during a Thursday news conference. Raiders owner Mark Davis said the deal includes options for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. MORE: Post-merger franchise moves | Raiders can get 'a deal done' in OaklandDavis also announced the hiring of Larry MacNeil, a 49ers executive who oversaw the development of Levi’s Stadium, to the stadium development team. Additionally, there will be no increase in ticket prices for the 2016 season. It's an annual dance for the Raiders. The team has renewed its lease with the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum Joint Powers Authority in one-year increments since the end of the 2012 season as Davis and the Night net sought leverage to build a new stadium in the city. But the long-term future of the franchise in Oakland has never been more tenuous than this year, with a possible relocation to Los Angeles looming.Night net owners last month elected instead to give the Rams and owner Stan Kroenke the first crack at returning to Los Angeles for 2016. As part of the agreement, the Chargers, who also are at odds with San Diego politicians over their stadium situation, were awarded the first option to join the Rams, leaving the Raiders on the outside looking in.MORE: Inside Night net owners' L.A. voteShould the Chargers decline a move to Los Angeles, only then would the Raiders have the option to relocate to Los Angeles in time for the 2017 season.That seems unlikely, as Chargers owner Dean Spanos has already agreed in principle to share the Rams' new fac

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ility in Inglewood, Calif., slated to open in 2019. Spanos has not ruled out a San Diego return in 2017 and has vowed to focus on negotiating a new stadium agreement with the city, but it remains to be seen whether that's still a viable possibility.That will leave the Raiders in search of other options, in Oakland or elsewhere.City officials in San Antonio and Las Vegas — two locales seen as possible candidates to lure the Raiders out of California — have already begun courting Davis.

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