Bruce Arians isn’t concerned about bringing his Arizona Cardinals players to Las Vegas whenever the Oakland Raiders relocate there any more than he is concerned about taking a team to other cities with nightlife that lasts until the morning hours.

“If you’re looking for trouble, there’s trouble to find everywhere,” Arians said. “Any team that comes to Phoenix, there’s a casino on every corner. So, if it’s gambling, that’s not going to be a problem. We’re on business trips. If you have a team that’s not on a business trip, you’re probably getting fired anyway, so don’t worry about it.”

There are eight casinos in the Phoenix area, according to the city’s convention and visitor’s bureau, including one less than three miles from University of Phoenix Stadium, where the Cardinals play their home games.

The Cardinals’ 2016 schedule included trips to Miami, Atlanta and Los Angeles, all of which have some of the best nightlife in the country. Since Arians was hired in Arizona, the Cardinals have taken road trips to New York, Chicago and New Orleans, places where nights can turn into mornings with ease. The Cardinals have not had one player get in trouble while on a road trip during Arians’ tenure.

Arians joked that a bigger concern would be having his assistant coaches in Vegas. “That can be a problem, too,” he said with a chuckle. “We’ll make sure to have an 8 o’clock staff meeting to make sure they’re all in.”

Arians is in favor of the NFL having a team in Sin City, but doesn’t think a rivalry will develop because the Raiders play in the AFC West while the Cardinals are in the NFC West.