The Oakland Raiders will soon be no more as NFL owners voted 31-1 to approve the team’s move to Las Vegas.

The lone dissenting vote was submitted by the Miami Dolphins. So why did Dolphins owner Stephen Ross give the relocation a thumbs down? Continuity.

“My position today was that we as owners and as a league owe it to the fans to do everything we can to stay in the communities that have supported us until all options have been exhausted,” Ross said, via the Boston Globe. “I want to wish Mark Davis and the Raiders organization the best in Las Vegas.”

The NFL has seen a rash of relocations recently, with the Rams moving from St. Louis to Los Angeles in 2016 and the Chargers going from San Diego to Los Angeles beginning in 2017. The Raiders likely will play two or three more years in Oakland before their $1.7 billion stadium near the Vegas strip is ready.