Oakland Raiders fans display signs in support of the team staying in Oakland during their game against the Denver Broncos at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on November 6, 2016. Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

The Oakland Raiders need a home.

There is now the possibility that owner Mark Davis may move across the bridge and spend a season in San Francisco before the team's planned move to Las Vegas for the 2020 season. According to a statement Friday from the San Francisco Giants, the Raiders could spend a season at AT&T Park.

"There has been initial interest expressed in exploring the opportunity of the Raiders playing at AT&T Park…many details would need to be figured out," the Giants wrote in a statement. "The Giants want to do what’s best for Bay Area fans and would be open to the concept just as we hosted Cal Football in 2011 when Memorial Stadium in Berkeley was being renovated."

AT&T Park, which opened in 2000 for the baseball team, has never hosted an NFL team. However, the San Francisco Demons of the XFL played at AT&T Park in 2001, while the California Golden Bears played five games there in 2011. AT&T Park could hold up to 40,000 for a football game.

A source told the San Francisco Chronicle that a deal between the Raiders and Giants isn't expected to be finalized in December.

The news of the Raiders potentially moving to San Francisco comes after the city of Oakland on Dec. 11 announced a federal lawsuit against the team and the NFL, calling the move illegal and demanding compensation for potentially $500 million in damages. The Raiders front office responded by rescinding a $7.5 million lease-extension offer to play one final season at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Though the two sides are in dispute, the possibility still exists that a deal might be brokered to keep the team in Oakland in 2019.

By considering AT&T Park, the Raiders would at least be playing in the Bay Area. Davis has firmly rejected playing in Santa Clara at Levi's Stadium, the home of the San Francisco 49ers.

Other possibilities have included San Diego, along with Reno, Nevada, as well as Glendale, Arizona, which is the home of the Arizona Cardinals. A longshot option is San Antonio, which had previously been rumored as a possible permanent location for the Raiders before the team settled on Las Vegas.

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr called the uncertainty surrounding the team's home "weird."

The Raiders on Monday host the Denver Broncos in what might be the last at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.