Mark Davis hasn't ruled out keeping the Raiders in Oakland but publicly lamented their lack of action.
Las Vegas and the state of Nevada are pledging $750 million to build a new stadium, which is something taxpayers in the Bay Area have been unwilling to do across all sports. Both the San Francisco Giants and San Francisco 49ers financed their current stadiums with private money, as will the Golden State Warriors.
"Oakland was in the driver's seat if they could've put together anything," Davis said Wednesday. "They came up with nothing.
"Las Vegas has already done what it is supposed to do and we have to bring it up to the National Football League and get permission to move to Las Vegas."
Roger Goodell supported Davis' assertion there has been no movement toward keeping the franchise in the Bay Area, saying "we have been working to see if there are alternatives and we don't have one" in Oakland.