New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones are the faces of two of the NFL’s most powerful organizations and both appear to be on the same page when it comes to the Oakland Raiders’ potential relocation.
Both Kraft and Jones are in agreement that the franchise’s potential move to Las Vegas is feasible, at the very least.
“I think that’s a good possibility,” Kraft said of the possible move, according to the Los Angeles Daily News’ Vincent Bonsignore.
Jones echoed Kraft’s sentiments and believes the Raiders could make a Las Vegas move happen.
“For me personally, it seems like a doable situation,” Jones said, according to the Los Angeles Times’ Sam Farmer. “But want to make sure I understand everything.”
The votes of confidence from two of the league’s most powerful owners should certainly make Raiders owner Mark Davis very happy. The question will be whether the rest of the league will sign off on what will surely be a risky relocation.