Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia have expressed interest in hosting a future Super Bowl in light of the NFL owners awarding the 2014 Super Bowl to a cold-weather city in New York/New Jersey.
Add Oakland to that list.
Newsday's Bob Glauber reports (via PFT) Raiders CEO Amy Trask expressed interest in a future Super Bowl should the Raiders get a new stadium.
"I think Oakland would absolutely be a terrific site for a future Super Bowl and we're working closely with the city and the county and all sorts of exciting ideas with a new Bay Area stadium," Trask said.
It's possible the Raiders and 49ers could share a stadium but no decisions have been made (or announced). Trask did say that they liked the location of their current stadium.
Can you imagine sharing a stadium with Al Davis? This is the guy who up and moved his team before the 1982 season.