Report: Raiders Could Be Considering Move To San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium

Mark Davis won’t be moving the Raiders to St. Louis anytime soon, but according to Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Raiders owner is closely watching the situation in San Diego:

The Raiders are eagerly awaiting the Chargers’ move not just because they would have an option to move in with Kroenke if the Chargers don’t but because they are interested in San Diego. That migration, one source said, could even happen in a renovated Qualcomm Stadium.

Acee called Qualcomm Stadium even in its current condition “a big step up” from Coliseum – which most would agree isn’t saying much, but renovations would make it even more desirable for the Raiders.

The Chargers have up to a year to make a decision on Los Angeles, but if reports are accurate, the Raiders may not have to wait long for San Diego to open up.

Another serious option for Davis, according to Bleacher Report‘s Jason Cole, is San Antonio. Cole says there’s a lot Davis likes about the San Antonio market which he could pair with the Austin market by putting a stadium between the two cities.

As for the Raiders current home, some believe Davis may not be willing to negotiate with Oakland politicians again – he simply doesn’t trust them. Whether or not that is true, the expectation is that the Raiders will begrudgingly return to Coliseum for at least one more year.

What happens beyond that, is anyone’s guess.

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