Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis tells fellow NFL executives that he is 100% committed to moving the team to Las Vegas, according to ESPN's Jim Trotter.
Nevada has plans to build a $1.9 billion stadium with a dome that would hold approximately 65,000 seats. The Nevada Legislature approved a bill raising the taxes on hotel rooms to help fund the construction of the stadium. Governor Brian Sandoval signed a the bill.
In order for the Raiders to relocate, 75% of NFL owners would have to approve of the move. Fellow NFL owner Jerry Jones has previously voiced his support for the new deal. Owners are scheduled to meet in January.
Davis has cut off talks with Oakland officials despite his previous discussions with them to try and move the Raiders to Los Angeles.
Several NFL owners, including Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, have openly supported of the move.