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Beyond Vegas: London Is Calling the NFL

The ease with which the Raiders left Oakland for Las Vegas shows that NFL teams will chase the next dollar no matter where it can be made. That also means the next team to relocate will likely need passports

The Raiders Are Leaving for Las Vegas

The result of Monday’s overwhelming vote to allow the Raiders to relocate to Las Vegas was not a surprise. But NFL’s the move to embrace the gambling capital of the world made one thing clear: This is not your father’s NFL anymore

The Raiders Move: What’s In It for Las Vegas?

Like other cities on the outside looking in, Las Vegas sees joining the NFL club as a way to raise its civic stature. Unlike other suitors, the money and the political will are there—in abundance

Vegas Raiders? Get Ready

One potential road block to leaving Oakland has been made workable by the NFL, a source tells The MMQB on the eve of the league’s annual owner meetings in Phoenix. Plus reader mail on ALS, Tony Romo and much more

Kaepernick and RG3: Is There Anything Left?

Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III changed the quarterback position in 2012 and seemed destined to dominate for years, but their magic turned out to be fleeting. Now free agents facing a soft market, both could be out of football this fall

10 Thoughts on Free Agency

Moneyball comes to the NFL, fullbacks are getting paid and the Cowboys are in a tough spot with Tony Romo’s salary-cap hit. Plus a look at the “golden-ticket” winners, the barely there guarantees for some veterans, and the latest dysfunction in Washington

A Normal Human Being Who Just Likes to Smile

One of the most provocative players in the NFL, Martellus Bennett has been dogged by questions about his focus and outlandish personality. To those pursuing him in free agency: just let Marty be himself

Raiders Fans Deserve Better

Facing an uncertain future, Raiders executives aren’t saying anything about—or trying to fix—the problems they created in Vegas