Oakland Raiders podcast with Joe Hawkes Beamon: Not a snow balls chance to stay Raiders head down the Black Hole road to Vegas

March 27, 2017

NFL, Oakland Raiders

by Joe Hawkes Beamon

“The Autumn Wind is a pirate Blustering in from sea, With a rollicking song, he sweeps along, Swaggering boisterously. His face is weather beaten. He wears a hooded sash, With a silver hat about his head, And a bristling black mustache.” As read by late announcer John Facenda NFL Films with the Oakland Raiders theme song.

For decades this team that garnered the silver and black in the following years 1966-1983 then from 1995-2019 have know only one home the Oakland Coliseum. They were famous for such titles, montras and introductions like Return to glory, Pride and Poise, Team of the Decades, A Commitment to Excellence, Just win Baby which were born out from their glory years of the 1970s which were sayings anointed by their then owner and father of current owner Mark- Al Davis.

Mark Davis and 31 owners of the National Football League casted their votes on Monday to make their commitment to relocate one of football’s most decorated franchises to the bright lights of the Las Vegas strip. The team’s new stadium will be located by the MGM Grand Hotel where they will become the first NFL team in Vegas history. The team will finish at the Oakland Coliseum through the 2019 season.

Joe Hawkes Beamon takes you through the Raiders move on today’s podcast at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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