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MINNEAPOLIS -- Commissioner Roger Goodell says there is still a lot of work to be done before the NFL considers Las Vegas as a possible destination for a franchise.Goodell was asked if the league was open to Las Vegas as an NFL market before the Minnesota Vikings hosted the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night, three days after a Nevada oversight committee voted to recommend spending $750 million in public money on an NFL stadium. The project is being discussed to lure the Raiders away from Oakland.Goodell said the decision ultimately would come down to getting the approval of 24 owners, but he stressed that they are a long way from getting to that point and also expressed hope that the Raiders could find a stadium solution to remain in Oakland.Theres still a lot that has to happen before we would get to that stage, Goodell said of the owners approving Las Vegas as an NFL city. Recognizing that they came out of committee with a bill, but theres still a lot of work to be done to improve that recommendation.He said he is still evaluating whether having a team play in a casino-filled city is a good idea.Goodell was in Minnesota to help the Vikings host their grand opening of U.S. Bank Stadium, a $1.1 billion facility that included more than $450 million in public financing. If Oakland cannot come up with a public-private partnership on a new stadium like Minnesota did, it risks losing the Raiders for a second time.The Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee recommended raising the hotel tax in the Las Vegas area to help pay for a 65,000-seat domed venue that would be home to the Raiders and the UNLV football team. Billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has pledged $650 million toward the project.Well, you never want to see a community lose their franchise once, much less twice, Goodell said. Thats why we work so hard with our communities to say, `This is what you have to try to get to, because you need to try to make sure this franchise continues to be successful.The Minnesota community did that in a great way. I think we can do it in Oakland. I think theres a solution there, but it takes the community to help identify it.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Vans Old Skool Wholesale . Arsenal failed to take full advantage of its main rivals stumbles on Saturday as substitute Gerard Deulofeu levelled with a hard shot from a tight angle in the 84th minute to give Everton a deserved point. Ahead of a crucial fortnight that will see them play against Napoli in the Champions League, Manchester City and Chelsea, Arsenal leads by five points ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea. Nike Cortez Sale . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.nikeshoesoutletwholesale.com/nike-shox-sale.html ., for the next three years with the signings on Monday of Daryl Townsend and Michael Carter. Clearance Nike Shox . -- Canadian Andrew Wiggins got the ball on the wing, made a nifty spin move and then let go with a soft floater from about 10 feet that swished through the net in Allen Fieldhouse. Adidas NMD R1 Wholesale . Woodson said during a radio interview Thursday that the Knicks Carmelo Anthony doesnt get the same calls as other superstars. DENVER -- The Denver Broncos are whole again.Trevor Siemians healthy. Gary Kubiaks back on the sideline. C.J. Anderson is running wild once more, thanks to a nudge from rookie Devontae Booker, and the defense is forcing fumbles like it used to.Von Miller & Co. turned Brock Osweilers homecoming into a house of horrors with a 27-9 win over the Houston Texans on Monday night that snapped a two-game skid.The Broncos (5-2) kept pace with the resurgent Raiders atop the AFC West, a division theyve owned for five years. A loss would have plummeted them into third place.The Texans (4-3) limped home still leading the middling AFC South, where every team has surrendered more points than its scored.We kept Brock out of the end zone and thats perfect, cornerback Aqib Talib said. Thats the goal every week. So, we got our job done this week.Osweiler managed just 131 yards on 22 of 41 passing.I looked up in the fourth quarter, before I think that last drive, and he had like 70 yards passing, Talib said. I just smiled on the inside. Thats what we wanted to do. We wanted Brock to come out here and struggle. He came out here and struggled.Denver shut down Osweiler without the usual sum of sacks they typically pile up on QBs.Osweiler was hit eight times but his only sack came when he mishandled a shotgun snap and fell on the football.The Broncos avoided their first three-game skid since 2011.It was huge, safety T.J. Ward said. Just to get that momentum, get that feeling back in here, that confidence that weve been running with and playing with. After the two losses you could kind of feel the aura of the team just kind of going down. We had great preparation this week, came in and played how we prepared.We back up.Other takeaways from the Broncos bounce-back and the Texans stumble:STREAK SNAPPED: Miller saw his sack streak snapped at eight games, counting the playoffs.There was a sack streak? I wasnt even paying attention to it. My bad, guys, Miller said. You know, Im all about wins. Ill take a win any day. Sacks are great. Thats what I do. Thats my job. I wasnt able to get it done today, but we got it the win.SPRY SIEMIANN: Although Siemians numbers were pedestrian -- 14 for 25 for 157 yards -- he threw a touchdown and had no interceptions or sacks.dddddddddddd He moved around much better than he had 11 days earlier against San Diego in his return from a sprained left A.C. joint that clearly affected him in a 21-13 loss to the Chargers.DAVIS RETORT: After taking heat for getting exposed in single coverage by Atlantas speedy running backs and San Diegos tight ends, inside linebacker Todd Davis had four big tackles and a key fumble recovery that led to Denvers final TD.Darian Stewart punched the ball from running back Alfred Blues grasp and it popped up.I just saw the ball in the air. I feel like it took 12 seconds to get in my hands, Davis said. It gave us more momentum.FOSTER RETIREMENT: Former Texans star running back Arian Fosters retirement from the Dolphins -- announced during the Texans-Broncos game -- caught his former teammates off guard.It was pretty surprising, Houston linebacker Brian Cushing said. I think the world of him as a football player. Its not easy to see guys step away from the sport. I admired the way he played and I admired the physical talents. He was one of the most talented running backs possibly ever. Its sad but at the same time hes moving on in life.ROAD WOES: Osweiler is still looking for his first road win with the Texans, who have lost by 27 at New England and 18 at Minnesota and now Denver.Weve got to figure out how to win on the road, thats it, Wilfork said.BLANKET COVERAGE: Big-play receivers DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller V were held to a combined nine catches for 58 yards by Broncos cornerbacks Chris Harris Jr. and Talib. The longest catch was for 13 yards by Fuller.Theyre a great defense. We didnt accomplish what we wanted to accomplish -- plain and simple, Hopkins said.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: www.twitter.com/AP-NFL---Follow AP Pro Football Writer Arnie Melendrez Stapleton on Twitter: http://twitter.com/arniestapleton ' ' '