Dennis Hof, owner of the Love Ranch, the brothel where Lamar Odom was found unconscious last year, is extending an offer to the entire Raiders organization. According to TMZ, Hof is offering 50 percent "sex parties" at the Love Ranch for "all Raiders players and staff" as part of the "Home Team Advantage Sex Package." The deal is meant to sweeten the pot, as the team eyes a potential move to Nevada after spending a little over two decades calling Oakland their home.
Since initial reports indicated that the Raiders were taking gradual steps towards a move to Las Vegas, the organization has already cleared several major hurdles, including approval from Nevada lawmakers, as well as getting their $750 million stadium plan passed by state Senate and Assembly. With the proposal already signed off by Gov. Brian Sandoval, the franchise must now wait for the NFL owners to vote on the relocation, which could take until May 2017, per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
Even though all signs seem to be pointed towards the Las Vegas Raiders actually happening, the organization and its players should hold off on taking Hof up on his offer until everything is final. Given the brothel's infamous history, everyone associated with the franchise should probably just stay away—but hey, who are we to tell them how they should live their lives? Plus, Hof tells TMZ Sports "our player relations group will help keep their trysts legal and secret."
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