Oakland Raiders fans address NFL Executives about team leaving

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – For the third night in a row, NFL Executives traveled to a city worried about losing its football team to Los Angeles.

On Tuesday, St. Louis fans had their turn, last night Chargers fans expressed their concerns and Thursday Oakland Raiders fans did some venting.

But the Oakland meeting was the first time an NFL team owner actually showed up to listen and talk to fans.

The Raider Nation took their turn addressing the NFL Executive over concerns the Raiders may be moving to the Los Angeles area where they could possibly share a stadium with the Chargers.

The Raiders are short $400 million in building a new stadium.

While the Oakland Town Hall was not as jam packed as the one in San Diego, there are jabs aimed at the bolts.

And there were also jabs aimed at the NFL Executives.

Mark Davis was the only team owner to show up.

And Raiders’ owner Mark Davis received a standing ovation when he was introduced, a far cry from the thunderous boos that greeted Chargers front man Mark Fabiani Wednesday night.

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