Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis voiced his support for the Oakland Athletics possibly relocating to another city on Tuesday, saying that the "government up there is just not capable" of making a deal for a new stadium to happen. Davis, whose team relocated to Las Vegas in 2020 after playing in Oakland for 45 years (1960 to 1981 and 1995 to 2019), told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the difficulties of getting a new stadium approved in the Bay City are "expected."
Excuses are not something Las Vegas Raiders starting cornerback Trayvon Mullen is putting out this offseason. While there were plenty of concerns on defense last season, Mullen was one of the players on defense playing with consistency and a sense of urgency. "At a point, you have to have a mindset, come down to your mindset, your goals.
Named the official nightlife and gaming partner of the Las Vegas Raiders and Allegiant Stadium this week, Wynn Resorts announced it will be opening the 11,000-square-foot Wynn Field Club in the north end zone of the $2-billion stadium this season. Featuring Vegas nightclub standards like premium bottle service, two DJ booths, 42 televisions, a 9-foot-by-35-foot LED screen and a 45,000-watt sound system, the club will stretch the entire length of the north end zone of Allegiant Stadium.