Oakland Raiders Hold Moment Of Silence For Las Vegas Victims

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Prior to kickoff against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday afternoon, the Oakland Raiders held a moment of silence at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum to honor the victims of the recent tragedy in Las Vegas.

Before the national anthem, 58 Raiders season ticket holders stood on the field each holding a white rose with the name of a victim written on a ribbon.

To see the moment in its entirety, see below.

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