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With Roger Goodell February deadline upon us, Raiders still telling season ticket holders they have no idea where the team will play in 2019

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Mark Davis Meets With Nevada Tourism Officials About Moving Raiders To Las Vegas Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Talk about cutting it close. A little over a month ago the Raiders withdrew their bid to lease Oakland Alameda County Coliseum for next season, leaving them homeless until further notice. Commissioner Roger Goodell has said he would like to know by early February, presumably shortly after the Super Bowl. So, basically a week from today. Then there’s this.

It would seem like there’s still a game of chicken going on which could have this thing coming down to the wire. The NFL needs to start putting next season’s schedule together post haste and to do that, they need to know where the Raiders are going to be playing their home games.

The frontrunner still appears to be staying in Oakland for their final season before moving into their new stadium in Las Vegas. The other two potential homes are said to be very possible are sharing Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara with the 49ers and sharing Oracle Park (formerly AT&T Park) in San Francisco with the Giants.

And, of course, the less likely, but still can’t be completely counted out, Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.

This game is equal parts comical and sad at this point. And certainly ridiculous and unprecedented.