The Oakland Raiders and Coliseum came to terms in principle to keep the Raiders around for one more year, but that's certainly not keeping owner Mark Davis from looking for a long-term solution in the meantime.
ESPN's Paul Gutierrez is reporting that Davis recently met with Nevada governor Brian Sandoval to discuss the idea of a potential stadium in Las Vegas.
This shouldn't come as a surprise as Davis has discussed the idea before, and the City of Oakland continues to struggle to get a new stadium done.
The Raiders recently loss out on the opportunity to join the Rams in Los Angeles, but could potentially still move down there if the Chargers find a way to get a deal done and stay in San Diego.
Davis and the Raiders continuing to search for a longterm deal outside of Oakland will continue to add pressure on the city and county to find a way to keep their beloved team.