Raiders players are on strike for more than one day, saying they want a better playing field and more money.
The players say the Raiders have not paid them enough and they want to work with a new stadium.
The Raiders, whose season is scheduled to end at 8 p.m. local time Sunday, are scheduled to meet with the union Monday to discuss their offer.
The union has said it will not meet until an agreement is reached with the Raiders.
The NFL has said the players have not been paid enough, and that it will be a priority to bring a new venue to Oakland, where the Raiders play their home games.
The league said it would pay the players if they meet their demands.
“We are hopeful that the players will continue to take the strike action to achieve our collective bargaining goals and provide the Raiders with a viable, affordable stadium,” the league said in a statement.
The team has struggled to sell tickets for home games since the Raiders were eliminated from the playoffs in the AFC West after a 3-0 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 6.
The fans have been frustrated with their team’s failure to reach a new contract with the team.
The 49ers are among the teams to have had their contracts canceled and their season over, while the Steelers, Saints and Cowboys also have their seasons over.
The teams have been trying to renegotiate their contracts since last year.