Report: NFL Might Not Come To Los Angeles Until 2017

An NFL team moving to Los Angeles next season has felt inevitable for most of the year, but that might not be the case anymore. According to a report from’s Ian Rapoport, sources close to negotiations have expressed doubt that a deal to move one-to-three of the Rams, Chargers, and Raiders to L.A. will be able… »11/22/15 3:08pm11/22/15 3:08pm


Raiders Owner Mark Davis Cheered By Fans He Wants To Abandon Or Steal From

The NFL held its third and final town hall meeting on relocation last night. After giving fans in San Diego and St. Louis a chance to vent and make a case for why their football teams shouldn’t be relocated to Los Angeles, a group of NFL execs trudged into the Paramount Theater in Oakland to hear it from Raiders fans.… »10/30/15 9:07am10/30/15 9:07am

Mark Davis Travels 500 Fucking Miles To Look Like That!

Probably no haircut in human history has communicated as devastating a summation of its owner’s entire life as the insane orange Moe Howard bowl cut sported by Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis. Carve the shape of it into the wall of his father Al Davis’s mausoleum and it will tell a richer and truer story of heredity… »10/01/15 12:32pm10/01/15 12:32pm

The NFL Wants Players To Help Pay For New Los Angeles Stadium

The NFL is coming to Los Angeles soon, no matter what Oaklanders, St. Louisans, San Diegans, or local labor groups have to say about it. The sheer amount of money behind the proposed moves of one or all of the Rams, Chargers, or Raiders, coupled with the NFL’s desire to break into the country’s #2 market means… »9/26/15 2:35pm9/26/15 2:35pm

I Don't See Any Way The Raiders Stay In Oakland

The NFL’s Los Angeles tarantella has felt interminable, but it has finally reached a critical stage. With three teams seeking to move, and the league hell-bent on relocating one or two of them, everything comes down to the battle between St. Louis, San Diego, and Oakland to tender their respective teams the most money… »8/12/15 1:17pm8/12/15 1:17pm

That Football Tony Sparano And The Raiders Buried Is Still There

To motivate his team after an 0-4 start, Raiders interim head coach Tony Sparano buried a football to symbolize a fresh start. Oakland went on to lose six more consecutive games before winning its first in Week 11, so it worked, eventually. Sparano might have been replaced by Jack Del Rio after the season, but the… »5/08/15 3:50pm5/08/15 3:50pm