This year, the NFL is having teams honor Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium with gold 50-yard lines and NFL logos.
Every team is complying expect the Oakland Raiders. The Silver and Black are reportedly refusing to adorn the O.co Coliseum field with gold.
"The Raiders have asked us not to do that," AEG Facilities VP and the O.co Coliseum's GM Chris Wright told SportsBusinessDaily.com.
NFL VP/Communications Brian McCarthy apparently attempted to deflect any controversy, saying the Raiders did not apply gold paint to the field for their first two home games because the Oakland A's are still playing baseball there.
But Wright debunked that notion.
"It has nothing to do with baseball," he told SportsBusinessDaily.com. "The last six home baseball games are through this weekend, and there will be no gold marks for the rest of the Raiders' regular season."
Super Bowl 50 will be played in Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium on Feb. 7, 2016.