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Los Angeles Times : declared in NFL owners meet this week with the Raiders’ possible relocation to Las Vegas the hot topic

according to Said Schaaf: “We’re not giving up in the fourth quarter.”At the annual meetings, owners typically discuss and vote on issues both big and small.
The spotlight now swings to Las Vegas, where the Oakland Raiders hope to build a state-of-the-art stadium.
But earlier this month, the Raiders revealed that Bank of America had stepped in and was ready to bankroll the stadium.
The Buffalo Bills and Seattle Seahawks have put forth a proposal that would make every penalty subject to a coach’s challenge.
The potential relocation of the Raiders is the biggest issue on the table at these meetings, which run Sunday through Wednesday, and there’s a reasonable likelihood owners will vote on whether to OK a move.

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NFL owners to review rule-change proposals at annual meeting

Dallas Cowboys: Replay, celebrations, and issues the NFL should really pay attention to at the owners meetings

according to (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News)”We’re going to centralize replay here in New York,” Commissioner Roger Goodell said on ESPN’s Mike and Mike.
They’re worried about teams that might have to play a Thursday night game being forced to play a 15-minute overtime.
“We’re not going to wait [until commercials are over] when we have a decision; I know that’s been frustrating for fans in the stadium.
We shall have to wait and see how this is worded and whether or not it’s likely to be applied.
More power for Blandino, the NFL’s senior vice president of officiating, has to be a good thing for the Cowboys, right?

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