In the weeks leading up to the start of the lockout, there were reports of potential new owners.
One report said that the Raiders, who were in talks with the Raiders of Los Angeles before a decision was made to move, had approached the Rams about buying the team.
But in the end, it appears the Raiders did not make a final decision.
It was the Rams, in fact, that ultimately pulled the plug on the Rams.
The other team that was rumored to be interested in owning the team was the Steelers, who have been looking for a new stadium for years.
In an article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, former Raiders coach Jon Gruden said the Raiders are still interested in the team, but that he does not know if they have been offered a franchise.
As the weeks went on, it was becoming increasingly clear that the lockout was unlikely to end anytime soon.
In a tweet from Tuesday, Raiders owner Mark Davis said that there is a “very slim chance” the team would be sold, even if the lockout ends.
That means that any future ownership group would need to find a buyer who has a history of winning.
At the same time, Davis said the team will continue to operate, though it would have to close up shop and shut down operations to do so.
Davis also said the Oakland Raiders would be looking to “make some tough decisions” for the future.
On Wednesday, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that the NFL will hold its next owners meeting on July 24 in Dallas.
There were several teams who have expressed interest in taking the Raiders to Las Vegas for the next two seasons, though the team could still decide to stay in Oakland, if they wanted to.
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