Hall of Fame coach John Madden said he was "jolted" and "shocked" by the Oakland Raiders winning the vote for relocation by a 31-1 margin last month and had a plea for the team before it moves to Las Vegas.

"Maybe this is just me being oversensitive, but doggone it, if you're going to go, that's really tough, but leave us something," Madden told SiriusXM NFL Radio's Hall of Fame show hosts Joe Horrigan, James Lofton and Howard Balzer on Wednesday night.

"Leave us something here in Oakland. Please."

Madden coached the Raiders from 1969 to 1978 and won the franchise's first Super Bowl before embarking on a broadcasting career.

Raiders owner Mark Davis plans on moving the Raiders to a $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat dome stadium with natural grass in 2020, while playing in Oakland for at least the next two seasons with 2019 still in question.

Madden, who turned 81 on Monday, said he was "surprised" by how quickly the vote came to fruition.