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  • Oakland may have the most yards to cover to save its NFL franchise

    Oakland may have the most yards to cover to save its NFL franchise
    Faced with possibly losing their NFL teams to the Los Angeles area, civic leaders in St. Louis, San Diego and Oakland are racing to come up with a winning approach to preserve their franchises.
  • NFL's return to L.A. sparks peak optimism amid latest developments

    NFL's return to L.A. sparks peak optimism amid latest developments
    The day after startling news the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders plan to build a stadium to share in Carson, the Los Angeles area appeared to be in its best position in years to finally end the NFL's two-decade absence. "I think it's happening...

    Appeals court rejects San Jose's antitrust case over A's

    Appeals court rejects San Jose's antitrust case over A's
    A Bay Area battle over the Oakland Athletics took a new turn Thursday as a federal appeals court sided against the city of San Jose. Officials from San Jose had filed lawsuit alleging that Major League Baseball's refusal to allow the A's to move into a ...

    Add Oakland Raiders to NFL teams looking for a new stadium

    Add Oakland Raiders to NFL teams looking for a new stadium
    The Oakland Raiders' home stadium, now called O.co Coliseum, has had several names over the years. But this hasn't changed: It's an aging venue (now 48) that was renovated on the cheap in 1995, with narrow concourses, too few bathrooms and concession...

    Delays at Wrigley Field something that shouldn't surprise anyone

    Delays at Wrigley Field something that shouldn't surprise anyone
    Reports the Cubs likely will open the 2015 season without the Wrigley Field bleacher reconstruction finished shouldn't be too surprising to anyone who has followed the franchise for the last 106 or so years. There was bound to be a hangover after the...