Cowboys Owner Urges Aggressiveness In Bringing Raiders To Las Vegas
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says Nevada officials need to remain aggressive to bring the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas.
Jones told the Las Vegas Review-Journal the opportunity for Las Vegas to become an NFL city could be a once-in-a-lifetime chance.
Governor Sandoval announced last week he’s planning a special session of the Legislature to consider how to finance a new stadium in town.
The Sheldon Adelson family, Majestic Realty and the Raiders have formed a development group and drafted a $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat stadium plan.
Lawmakers will consider the plan when they meet in October.