John Madden weighed in on the latest happenings in Southern California, as the Inglewood City Council has approved an NFL stadium plan that would bring the Rams back to Los Angeles.
The Raiders have threatened to leave before, but few of those schemes have sounded quite as likely as the potential stadium sharing agreement with the Chargers floated Thursday.
The Oakland Raiders Thursday night announced plans to share a stadium in Southern California with the San Diego Chargers if both NFL teams fail to find new stadium solutions in their hometowns.
A plan to implode Candlestick Park is now off the table after several hundred San Francisco residents opposed the idea citing health and environmental risks.
San Francisco Giants CEO and Olympic bid organizet Larry Baer joined KCBS’s Stan Bunger and Susan Leigh Taylor to discuss Oakland’s involvement in the bid that would include a new stadium that would host the opening and closing ceremonies as well as the track and field competition.
Those who fear the Raiders will eventually return to Los Angeles may like the sound of this: the Rams may beat them to it.
‘Crazy Legs Howard’ May Have Danced His Last Oakland Raiders Season As Nation’s Oldest Stadium Vendor
Raiders ended their season Sunday with a disappointing 3 and 13 record leaving fans without a whole to cheer for. But there’s something else that has many fans literally up on their feet dancing at the Oakland Coliseum.
There may be just two games left for the Oakland Raiders franchise, according to a new report from CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner is working behind the scenes to bring an NFL team to L.A. and the Raiders are on his list.
PICK-A-SIDE: Since we already have a stadium hosting a Super Bowl, where else is good?