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wayne ellis 04.02.2019 04:12 AM

2019 season (continuing to update)
 
The Raiders will play the 2019 season in San Francisco.

iffies 04.02.2019 09:18 AM

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Originally Posted by wayne ellis (Post 2393312)
The Raiders will play the 2019 season in San Francisco.

At the home of the Giants rather than sharing Levi's. Wonder if the new stadium in Vegas will have a dirt infield too...

European Bob 04.02.2019 10:21 AM

They still need the NFL's approval and the approval of the 49ers too, since it is their market. It would seem a bit late to leave this to the annual league owners' meeting (March 24-27) so you'd think they'll have to sort it sooner. I can't see why the 49ers would object though really - it won't damage their field, the 49ers themselves chose to move 40-odd miles out of San Francisco, and the Raiders need somewhere to go just for a year and then they're not even in the same state as the 49ers.

Tamar Raider 04.02.2019 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by wayne ellis (Post 2393312)
The Raiders will play the 2019 season in San Francisco.

Great another baseball stadium :rolleyes:

BuffaloG 04.02.2019 11:20 AM

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Originally Posted by wayne ellis (Post 2393312)
The Raiders will play the 2019 season in San Francisco.

They want to, not will. All the teams need to agree. And there is every chance the 49ers will say no.

iffies 04.02.2019 11:37 AM

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Originally Posted by BuffaloG (Post 2393321)
They want to, not will. All the teams need to agree. And there is every chance the 49ers will say no.

Can't see the 49ers having much of an argument. As much as they will claim SF is their market, Santa Clara is a lot further from the Bay area than where the Giants play. Seems like the Raiders and the NFL would prefer to keep them in the Bay area for their last season, and the 9ers would presumably be less than willing to share their own stadium.

European Bob 04.02.2019 01:13 PM

Teams can begin waiving players from today for the 2019 season.

Other key dates for off-the-field activity:

Feb 19th - franchise tag period opens

Feb 26th - March 4th- scouting combine in Indianapolis

March 5th - 4pm eastern time, deadline to use franchise or transition tags

March 11th-13th - 'legal tampering' period for free agency

March 13th - By 4pm eastern time, deadline to exercise options on contracts for 2019 and submit qualifying offers for restricted free agents to retain first refusal/compensation. Teams must be under the salary cap.

March 13th - from 4pm eastern time the new league year starts; free agency opens and trading can take place.

March 24th-27th - Annual league meeting, Phoenix

April 19th - deadline for restricted free agents to sign offer sheets

April 25th-27th - NFL draft, Nashville

May - time to zone out till training camp.

lee harris 10 04.02.2019 06:12 PM

bits from the NFL Insiders yesterday saying opening night could be Packer/Bears to kick of the NFL's 100th season.

they where also hinting at Rams/Saints Patriots/Chiefs been on opening weekend but as Peter King points out why waste such a big game when you need these for later in the season.

the Eagles have 1 week to decide on triggering Fole's option and if they do Fole's then has 1 week to decide if he will opt-out so this may be the 1st off-season domino.

Tamar Raider 04.02.2019 06:49 PM

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Originally Posted by lee harris 10 (Post 2393339)
the Eagles have 1 week to decide on triggering Fole's option and if they do Fole's then has 1 week to decide if he will opt-out so this may be the 1st off-season domino.

Sounds like it, unless something unexpected crops up.

wayne ellis 05.02.2019 09:25 PM

The Jets have released calamity prone Center Spencer Long.


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