The city of Oakland have approved plans to construct a new stadium in the waterfront section of downtown. This mega facility will accommodate all three Bay Area pro sports teams, including the Raiders, Warriors, and A's.
The good news about the new stadium is, the city owns the rights to the land where the stadium would be built. Why is this a significant hurdle in the process? There's no one to negotiate financial matters with such as property taxes other than the city itself.
The city council of Oakland, have dubbed the proposed stadium name: "The City Sports Complex," and said that a model will be on display soon for all to see.
With Al Davis out of the picture, the Raiders might even be able to draw a consistent crowd again.
I hope this new stadium will be a great windfall for the FANS of Oakland Raiders. I hope the players will think it's a great place to play in. I wonder how will the city will pay for it? I guess I'll do some research on it.
Please, please, let the new stadium come to fruition so the team won't come back to Los Angeles. Please stay in Oakland, Raiders. That's where they belong.
by Richard Ricky Hale 6 years ago
Who benefits more, the Bengals or Raiders? Cincy gets a first round pick in 2012 and a 2nd round pick in 2014, which could possibly be a first round pick.
by Childerns Books 8 years ago
What can the Oakland Raiders do to turn things around?
by Drew Breezzy 8 years ago
If an NFL team moved to LA who do you think it would be?
by Drew Breezzy 9 years ago
Any one got any upset?Will Rams upset Colts? lol
by R.Edwards 8 years ago
Redskins rookie, Brian Orakpo out of the University of Texas gets my player of the week award. He recorded 4 sacks and 5 tackles in the Redskins' 34-13 win over the Oakland Raiders. Who is your week 14 most impressive player?
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