Where will the Raiders play in 2019?
Quarterback Derek Carr admits the uncertainty surrounding the team's home for next season is unsettling.
It's a question that needs an answer soon.
If the Raiders don't return to the Bay Area next year, their final game in Oakland will be on Christmas Eve for a Monday night matchup with the Broncos.
The Oakland City Attorney announced the suit late Tuesday morning.
"It's insane, man", Carr said Wednesday. "I look forward to seeing them every Sunday, and it's not going to be the same". It's ours. It's been fun.
Cole says Las Vegas, where the Raiders plan to move, is unworkable for next season because they do not have any existing viable stadium options.
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According the lawsuit, Oakland city officials claim that the move to Las Vegas is illegal and want to be compensated for financial losses, which are expected to be several hundred million dollars. Oakland is not asking the court to block the Raiders move, but the city is seeking the maximum amount of damages available.
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Davis admitted to misgivings however if a lawsuit was filed.
"I think it'll be somber; it's going to be hard for me", said Kugler.
Parker also made it clear that the lawsuit is also seeking compensation from the National Football League, which likely would reach into hundreds of millions of dollars. On Wednesday, commissioner Roger Goodell said the league will need to know where the Raiders are going to play for scheduling purposes by early January or February. Other sites being mentioned - with varying degrees of plausibility - include San Diego, Santa Clara, San Antonio and somewhere in Nevada.
"This suit is on behalf of all the people who are part of this great fan base in Oakland and the East Bay", Bobbitt said. However, he added, he's not ruling anything out.
"The Raiders gotta figure out what their options are", said Reid.