The Raiders played their last game at the Oakland Coliseum on Christmas Eve, and it was likely the team's last game ever in Oakland. The Raiders are building a new home in Las Vegas, Nevada, but are currently homeless. Their move out of California won't become official until 2020, so the team is searching for a temporary home for one season.

Oakland stopped being a possibility when the city filed an anti-trust lawsuit against the Raiders. There was talk about potentially sharing Levi's Stadium with the San Francisco 49ers in 2019, which is probably more appealing to the 49ers than the Niner Faithful in the area.

Then came talks of playing a season at AT&T Park, which is the home of the San Francisco Giants.

"There has been initial interest expressed in exploring the opportunity of the Raiders playing at AT&T Park," the Giants said in a statement to NBC Sports Bay Area. "Many details would need to be figured out. The Giants want to do what's best for Bay Area fans and would be open to the concept just as we hosted Cal Football in 2011 when Memorial Stadium in Berkeley was being renovated."

Should the Raiders want to play in San Francisco, they would need the approval of their NFL neighbors down the road in Santa Clara. As NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported last month, AT&T Park resides within the 49ers' territory.


How would the 49ers feel about the Raiders potentially playing in San Francisco? Team president Al Guido joined 95.7 The Game on Friday afternoon and was asked that question.

"It is true that it does fall within our territorial rights, so I guess we could say no to that," Guido told new 49ers play-by-play announcer Greg Papa. "I have not had any conversations with [Raiders owner Mark Davis] or Larry on that front whatsoever.

"Obviously, we're competitive on the field. Mark and I do share a lot from working together and having the same job in this sport. We're trying to be helpful to them. We know they ultimately are moving.

"I don't really have an answer right now, but yes, I guess technically we could block that move from a territorial perspective."

As for sharing Levi's Stadium with the Raiders, the 49ers seem more open to that possibility, which makes more financial sense for the team.

"I certainly have had some conversations with Mark throughout this process," Guido said. "Not just the temporary home potentially but also as they were working through the Vegas (move). I don't have a formal update on that front.

"Obviously, we've always said to Mark that we're happy to entertain or be an option for them. I think our stance has never really changed on that front."

You can listen to the entire conversation with Guido below.