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Fire in Northern California has NFL officials keeping eye on air quality for Chargers-Raiders game in Oakland

L.A. Times Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
The Chargers are sure they’ll play the Raiders on Sunday. They’re not sure where they’ll play them.

As fires in Northern California’s wine country continue to smolder, air quality concerns in the Bay Area have the NFL monitoring the situation. There is a possibility the game could be relocated.

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Wild fires may move this Sunday's game from Oakland.

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