It looks like the path for the Oakland Raiders’ move to Las Vegas became a little less obstructed.
According to Nathan O’Neal of News 3 Las Vegas, a Nevada panel has approved a $750 million dollar public funding plan to build a stadium for the Raiders.
— Nathan O'Neal (@NateNews3LV) September 15, 2016
Last season, the rumor mill was churning about three teams possibly moving to Los Angeles. The St. Louis Rams ended up moving there and are playing in the Los Angeles Coliseum until their new stadium is ready. The Chargers are staying in San Diego for now, but have first option to share the new stadium with the Rams. The Raiders, who talked about a return to Los Angeles, have since been considering a move to Las Vegas. They filed intent-to-use trademark applications for the “Las Vegas Raiders” in August, according to Forbes.