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Al Davis | 1980

Officials in Los Angeles welcome Raiders owner Al Davis, second from right, to the Coliseum on March 1, 1980, after an agreement was signed to move the team from Oakland. It would take two years and an antitrust lawsuit against the National Football League, decided in Davis' favor, before the Raiders were allowed to come to Los Angeles. From left are L.A. City Councilman John Ferraro, Coliseum Commission member Bill Robertson, L.A. County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn and L.A. Mayor Tom Bradley.
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