It’s not like the Steelers are about to take a loss in Las Vegas, but if the franchise is going to move to Las of its own volition, there is one thing the team needs to do.
The Steelers, of course, would be in a position to move, but they need to do so before March 1.
There is a lot of speculation around the possibility of the Steelers moving in a few short weeks, and if the team is indeed going to be sold in a year, the timeline is getting a bit of a bump.
That would give the Steelers the opportunity to put the franchise in a stronger financial position to make the most of a possible relocation.
The Steelers have a chance to get a deal done before March, if they have a player or two in place.
But if the roster is lacking, there are other reasons to hold out until after the deadline.
It’s no secret that the Steelers franchise is in bad shape, and a team like the Raiders or Colts, two of the worst franchises in NFL history, would make for a tough sell.
However, the Steelers could be willing to give up some cash to move their franchise, so long as it doesn’t cost the franchise a whole lot.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are not going to make it out of the AFC wild-card game, but it would be a shock to see the team leave without a playoff win.
The Raiders have a history of making moves to bolster their playoff chances, but the team would be wise to consider moving to L.A. because of its strong fan base.
Oakland’s franchise tag price for the 2017 season is a bit high for the Raiders, but there is a way the Raiders could possibly get a better deal for the franchise by moving to Los Angeles.
The Oakland Raiders have been rumored to be interested in moving the team to L, but I believe that the team can reach a deal for both the tag and the salary.
L.A.’s stadium is very similar to the Superdome in New Orleans, but Los Angeles is a city that has a strong fanbase.
The Raiders could make a splash by signing a player like Reggie Bush, a free agent, to a five-year deal worth around $70 million.
Oakland would have a better chance to sign Bush if the Raiders move to L and then re-sign the player to a long-term deal.
Bush has said that he wants to stay in L.L. and the team has a good relationship with Bush, but this isn’t a guarantee that he will remain with the Raiders.
Oakley’s recent history with players like Josh Allen and Dontari Poe have left the Raiders in the lurch.
It would be smart for Oakland to take advantage of the new NFL CBA to land one of the top defensive players in the game.
The Cowboys are in a similar position, and they would be well-advised to move as quickly as possible, as the team’s salary cap situation would be significantly worse than the Steelers.
The Dallas Cowboys have a number of players that would make them a formidable team, but with just three guaranteed contracts, it would not be wise for them to move.
It’s possible that the Cowboys could work out a deal with a player that is worth the same as a free-agent deal, but a move to Dallas would likely leave them with more cap space than if they signed an average player like a free agents like A.J. Green, Jason Witten, or Dez Bryant.
A move to the West Coast would make a lot more sense than moving to the East Coast, but Dallas could use some money to upgrade their defense.
The Cowboys would have $35 million in cap space to work with, and signing one of their young players like DeMarcus Ware or Aaron Donald would be the perfect way to get there.
The San Francisco 49ers are not the easiest franchise to move because they have the same salary cap as the Steelers, but an upgrade at quarterback is the right move.
With quarterback Brian Hoyer in place, the Niners could become the best team in the league and get a top draft pick in 2018.
It is still possible that some sort of move could occur for the 49ers, but that’s unlikely.
The team has an opportunity to sign a top quarterback, but Hoyer would be an ideal fit for the team.
He would bring a great quarterback pedigree to the Nines, and he would bring the necessary size to the quarterback position.
Hoyer has a very high ceiling, and that makes him an ideal addition for a team that needs an upgrade.
The 49ers could make an upgrade by signing Josh Allen, but he would have to move on a contract worth $26 million to get the best of a trade.
Allen would be more valuable in a trade than a signing, so it would make more sense for the Ninos to get Allen for a first-round pick rather than a second