Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis walks past fans holding Raiders signs as he arrives at a Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee meeting at UNLV on April 28, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty

With their annual meetings for Sunday, NFL owners may vote next week on whether to allow the Raiders to leave Oakland for Las Vegas, sources told ESPN on Wednesday. CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reported that the vote could take place on Monday.

The Raiders' possible move to Las Vegas has grabbed headlines in recent months. Owner Mark Davis filed an application in January to move the team to Las Vegas before the 2020 season with a possible $2 billion domed stadium in the works.

The NFL requires 24 of the 32 owners to approve a team's relocation.

A return to Los Angeles was considered a possibility for the Raiders, who currently play at the dilapidated Oakland Coliseum. However, the Chargers announced in January that they would leave San Diego and move to Los Angeles to eventually share a new $2.7 billion stadium in Inglewood with the Rams, prompting Davis to consider other options.

While the league and Davis sort out a potential new home for the Raiders, the club is also looking to build on their best season in over a dozen years as they pursue a high-profile rusher to replace Latavius Murray. Oakland is rumored to be considering adding retired running back Marshawn Lynch or unrestricted free agent Adrian Peterson.

Lynch is technically still a part of the Seattle Seahawks and the club could decide to release him or trade him for perhaps a draft pick. It's unclear what type of deal the Raiders and Lynch could agree on since he could be liable for a prorated bonus of $2.5 million. Peterson, on the other hand, is looking for a new team after parting ways with the Minnesota Vikings and there are not many teams interested in the veteran, who turned 32 on Tuesday. The New York Giants and Green Bay Packers may have interest in Peterson.

Lynch, who turns 31 next month, is probably the better option after sitting out the 2016 season. The Oakland native rushed for 417 yards in seven games in 2015 and had previously rushed for over 1,200 yards in four consecutive seasons.

The big question for the Raiders is whether Lynch intends to come out of retirement. In a radio interview this week, Lynch's agent Doug Henderson said that he had not spoken to his client and that Lynch doesn't need money. But Henderson added "it wouldn't shock me if he says, "Hey, I want to play.'"