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The Raiders have sold out eight consecutive home games. (USATSI)
ALAMEDA -- The Raiders have sold enough general tickets to lift the NFL blackout for Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans at Oakland Coliseum.
The league granted a 24-hour extension for the Raiders to sell out all general tickets, and such requests are typically given only if a sell out is imminent. Premium seats are still available.
Sunday marks the eighth straight game to be broadcast live in the Raiders’ home market. The Raiders decreased Oakland Coliseum's capacity to 52,300 this offseason, which has made it easier to avoid blackouts.
Sunday’s game will be broadcast on KPIX Ch. 5 in the Bay Area and CBS affiliates throughout the Raiders’ home market.