Report: Relocation Fee Could Be Waived For Raiders Move To San Diego

The Raiders’ latest bid for relocation (wherever it may be) is following a familiar course. After their failed attempt (presuming the Chargers join the Rams) to build in Los Angeles, the Raiders latest options are equally as complicated and as always, exacerbated by a seemingly endless line of conflicting reports.

Does the NFL intend to block the Raiders from leaving Oakland? CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora believes that may be the case, touting the idea of a move from Oakland as “fantasy” in the mind of Raiders’ owner Mark Davis.

But others are saying the league may want the Raiders in San Diego.

A report on Sunday from Vincent Bonsignore of the Los Angeles Daily News said the NFL may actually waive the relocation fee ($550 million was LA relocation fee) to help Davis fill the void in San Diego.

Bonsignore said San Diego is a “very real” option for the Raiders in large part because the league wants to keep San Diego “in the fold” of the NFL landscape.

One thing that La Canfora and Bonsignore seem to agree on is this: San Antonio is the less viable option for the Raiders at this point. Why? To block the move, influential Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones would only need to convince eight owners the idea isn’t a good one – which for Jones, of course, it isn’t.

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