With three teams interested and two stadium proposals on the table, people are placing their bets on which National Football League team or teams will be moving to Los Angeles.
In a move to lure the Oakland Raiders to San Antonio, former Mayor and Clinton Cabinet member Henry Cisneros is meeting with team owner Mark Davis on Friday, just four months after Davis toured the Alamodome and declared it suitable for play.
This comes after Raiders owner Mark Davis met with officials in San Antonio about a possible move earlier this year.
The Raiders are apparently serious enough about threats to move to San Antonio that they’ve begun surveying fans in that city to see if they’d like to see the Silver & Black play home games in the Alamodome, according to San Antonio news radio station WOAI.
Uber is moving its headquarters to Mission Bay, as the company is growing at such a rapid pace, it has outgrown its office on Market Street.
The Oakland Raiders have recently been in discussions with San Antonio officials for a possible move to the Alamo City.
The Warriors are leaving Oakland and the Raiders may not be too far behind, if former Mayor Willie Brown has his way.
The most audience-encompassing name in American professional sports could potentially disappear forever once the Golden State Warriors cross the San Francisco Bay for the 2018-2019 season.
When people are forced to move they are heavily stressed. That’s the finding in a new report co-authored by the Alameda County Health Department on the possible downsides of new money coming into old neighborhoods.
Making it clear he has no inside knowledge, John said he thinks it’s more likely the Raiders would eventually end up in Los Angeles, which has no NFL team.