5 Reasons Why Oakland Raiders Shouldn’t Share Levi’s Stadium With San Francisco 49ers
The best situation would be for the Raiders to get their own home. The team could afford to pay $300 million for a new, 50,000-seat facility at the current stadium site. But even after a $200 million loan from the NFL, they'd still be short at least $300 million, which would need to be paid with public funds. A smaller stadium would also be better for the Raiders, making it easier for the team to sell out and broadcast games on local TV.
Either way, the commissioner is right about one thing: the ball is in the Raiders' court. Team executives have to make the decision based on what they feel is best for the team and the fans. They just have to make that decision quickly.
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