Raiders' website tried to pretend social media was happy with move to Las Vegas

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The NFL, which punished players for their Las Vegas activities but also moved a team there, is not going to wrap its arms around the Supreme Court betting ruling that easily.

The Oakland Raiders are trying to convince people that theirapprovedrelocation to Las Vegaswas only met with positivereactions on social media.

The headline of the articleon Raiders.comreads, "What They Are Saying: Social Reactions To The Raiders Relocation Approval."

Thearticle features only positive reactions to the Raiders’ relocation announcementfromverified accounts of players and media members,and includes only one fan.

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We found some of the social reactions they missed.

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