Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP File PhotoThe Oakland Raiders lease to play at the Coliseum for the 2015 season has been approved.

Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP File PhotoThe Oakland Raiders lease to play at the Coliseum for the 2015 season has been approved.

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Here's a look at some things you might have missed in the San Francisco sports world Tuesday.

San Antonio is still an option for the Raiders. Owner Mark Davis has less than two weeks to let the NFL know where his team will be playing next season. (San Antonio Business Journal)

The 49ers offense is aiming for Seahawks-like simplicity in the coming season. (The Sacramento Bee)

Here are three questions to think about before the season begins for the Oakland A's. (ISportsWeb)

The 49ers will need to win at home in 2015 if they want to play in the Super Bowl. (NBC Bay Area)

The A's have plenty of first basemen, so they should assign their new acquisition Billy Butler to DH. (Swingin' A's)

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