The NFL expects to make a decision Friday on whether the Chargers-Raiders game can be played as scheduled Sunday in Oakland.
Michael Signora, the NFL's vice president of football communications, said Thursday that the league is getting updates on the situation from both teams and from city officials in Oakland.
As such, the Raiders continue to monitor air quality in the area and issued a statement Friday that their game Sunday against the Chargers is still on schedule to be played at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
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It dominates monthly player bases and boasts one of the largest consistent viewership on popular streaming website Twitch TV. Laurent's Twitter bio hints towards Riot's move saying he is: 'Transforming Riot Games into a multi games publisher'.
During practice this week, several players wore face masks. He did not comment on specific alternatives.
Officials in San Diego, the former home of the Chargers before they moved to Los Angeles for this season, reportedly would be receptive to hosting the game if it can not be played in Oakland.
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