California Wildfires Threaten Weekend Football Games

OAKLAND, CA (13abc Action News) -

With the wildfires still burning out west sports teams are monitoring the air quality as they prepare to host games.

The NFL has been exploring options to move Sunday's game between the Oakland Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers if it becomes necessary.

Oakland, which is some 45 miles south of the fires, has been blanketed by smoke.

Officials at the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford are monitoring the air quality situations as weekend football games approach.

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