The Raiders have filed plenty of lawsuits of their time within the NFL, however now the Raiders’ host metropolis is entering into the act.

The Metropolis of Oakland has filed a federal lawsuit in opposition to the NFL and all 32 groups, together with the Raiders.

“The defendants openly violated federal antitrust regulation and the league’s personal insurance policies once they boycotted Oakland as a bunch metropolis,” Oakland Metropolis Lawyer Barbara J. Parker stated in a press launch. “The Raiders’ unlawful transfer traces the pockets of NFL homeowners and sticks Oakland, its residents, taxpayers, and devoted followers with the invoice. The aim of this lawsuit is to carry the defendants accountable and assist to compensate Oakland for the damages the defendants’ illegal actions have induced and can trigger to the folks of Oakland.”

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The civil criticism is a 49-page doc and consists of seven claims in opposition to the NFL and its groups.

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The speedy query is whether or not the lawsuit would require the Raiders to play someplace aside from Oakland in 2019.

Raiders workforce president Marc Badain declined touch upon the query of whether or not the Raiders might be leaving Oakland after this season, based on a Las Vegas Assessment-Journal report.

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The Raiders have one house recreation left this season — a recreation in opposition to the Denver Broncos on Dec. 24.

Las Vegas is scheduled to grow to be the Raiders’ house in 2020, and a $1.eight billion stadium is scheduled to be constructed on the south finish of the Las Vegas Strip.

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