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NFL owners concerned about viability of Chargers in LA

The Chargers' struggles to gain a foothold in Los Angeles after moving from San Diego last year have got the NFL worried. The team's viability in the market was discussed at this week's league meetings, says ESPN reporter Seth Wickersham:

The Chargers have reportedly struggled to sell personal seat licenses for their new stadium in Inglewood – which they will share with the Rams – and are likely to downgrade their initial revenue targets from $400m (€347m) to $150m as a result.

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