on the discussion of the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas and sports betting. The findings were just as we suspected: The NFL remains "worried" despite multiple well-researched reports indicating there is absolutely no reason to be concerned about the "integrity of the game."
Last week at an NFL owners meeting in Orlando, Florida, the league presented an analysis on the potential impact of sports betting legalization. The findings reportedly came from a study that had been in the works for more than a year and kept under wraps. One source familiar with the league's analysis said it was focused on revenue opportunities, integrity issues and fan reaction, if sports betting becomes legal outside of Nevada.
The NFL said it was unaware of the report that UNLV had produced for the Raiders and declined to comment for this story.