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NFL owners stand to make boat loads of cash now that all team relocations are a-go

This is a ridiculous amount of money.

NFL owners approved the move of the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, and they became the third NFL franchise to relocate within the last 14 months.

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The Rams moved from St. Louis to Los Angeles, and the Chargers moved to Los Angeles from San Diego. According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, NFL owners will each make about $53 million from relocation fees.

The owners approved the Raiders' move to Las Vegas by a vote of 31-1, and only the Miami Dolphins voted against the move.

It's no surprise owners approved the relocations since they are making so much extra money off of the moves. The moves might not be good for the fans or players, but they are good for business. Sometimes that's all that matters in the NFL.