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Here are the odds for where Raiders will their play home games in 2019

Here are the odds for where Raiders will their play home games in 2019

The Raiders will play football next season -- the question is, where?

So far, there have been many options and ideas that have been put on the table.

The most recent, however, is having the Raiders play at AT&T Oracle Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants. Or, perhaps the Raiders will share Levi's Stadium with the 49ers next season?

The possibilities seem to be endless, but there are finally odds out as to where the team will be playing home games in 2019.

The wonderful people at Bovada gave NBC Sports Bay Area some numbers to go over:

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum EVEN
Levi's Stadium EVEN
Oracle Park +750
Alamodome +900
SDCCU Stadium +900
Anywhere In Arizona +2200
Sam Boyd Stadium +3300
CEFCU Stadium +3300
California Memorial Stadium +3300
Stanford Stadium +3300
Anywhere in the UK +3300

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We know a couple of things.

The Mayor of San Francisco, London Breed, said she believes the Raiders should play in Oakland.

Plus, the 49ers have territorial rights over San Francisco, so there is an approval process that needs to happen by the NFL and the 49ers if the Levi's Stadium option and the Oracle Park option takes their next steps. And that does not look like an easy process.

For now, we wait ... 

Derek Carr passes Ken Stabler as Raiders' all-time leading passer

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Derek Carr passes Ken Stabler as Raiders' all-time leading passer

ALAMEDA -- Derek Carr is alone at the top in Raiders passing history.

During the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Carr hit tight end Darren Waller for a 16-yard gain. The completion gave Carr 19,079 career passing yards, catapulting him past Raiders legend Kenny Stabler for the most passing yards in franchise history.

Carr accomplished the feat in his 80th career game, 50 fewer than what it took Stabler in the 1970s.

Carr and the Raiders jumped out to a 10-point lead over the defending AFC West champion Chiefs on Sunday, but Patrick Mahomes tossed four second-quarter touchdown passes to give KC the lead at halftime.

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It's fitting that Carr would pass Stabler during what likely is the Raiders' final season in Oakland.

NFL rumors: Robert Kraft wouldn't have OK'd Antonio Brown if allegations known

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NFL rumors: Robert Kraft wouldn't have OK'd Antonio Brown if allegations known

The Patriots likely aren't thrilled that Antonio Brown and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, failed to disclose the rape allegations against the receiver before he signed with the team last week.

In fact, Patriots owner Robert Kraft wouldn't have signed off on Brown had he known about the recently surfaced accusations, NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reported Sunday morning, citing a source.

Brown’s former trainer, Britney Taylor, claims in a lawsuit that the receiver sexually assaulted her on three separate occasions. She'll reportedly meet with the NFL this week in its investigation of Brown, who landed with the Patriots after the Raiders granted his request to be released.

ESPN's Jeff Darlington also reported Sunday that Brown started settlement talks with Taylor in April, when he was with the Raiders, but he allowed the deadline to pass without signing an agreement.

The Patriots have a history of avoiding players with a history of violence against women. The team famously cut fifth-round pick Christian Peter one week after the 1996 NFL Draft, after learning more information about his criminal record involving inappropriate conduct with women.

Kraft and his son, Jonathan, had an on-field meeting with Rosenhaus minutes before Sunday’s game in Miami kicked off.

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It’s hard to imagine the Patriots' front office would be happy with Brown keeping the allegations under wrap, so this story likely is far from over. It appears the Raiders' front office didn't know about the allegations, either.

Despite the off-field turmoil, though, Brown lived up to the hype on the field in his New England debut Sunday, with four catches for 56 yards and one touchdown in a 43-0 win over the Dolphins.