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It’s a Tough Week to Be a San Francisco 49er

The San Franciso 49ers, still in the midst of the Colin Kaepernick controversy, released fullback-turned-tight end Bruce Miller Monday after he was arrested for the drunken assault of a 70-year-old man and his 29-year-old son.

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Chargers Fans Wary of 2016 Stay-Put Plan

Bruised San Diego Chargers fans remain leery of the hope that their team will stay in town after the organization lobbied hard for a transfer to Los Angeles and lost–for the next year, at least.

Chargers fans (Denis Poroy / Associated Press)

Raiders May Consider Sacramento Move

The Raiders football organization is at a crossroads, and one influential radio host is suggesting that the team move from its home in Oakland to California’s capital city, Sacramento.

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Raiders Owner Appears at Oakland NFL Town Hall

In the third and final and of three NFL town hall meetings held this week to consider football teams seeking relocation to the Los Angeles market, Raiders owner Mark Davis surprised costume-clad fans and concerned Oakland area residents by confirming his commitment to keeping the team in their city.

Mark Davis

Fans Lobby NFL to Keep Chargers in San Diego

A flock of sign-wielding San Diego Chargers fans chanting “Save Our Bolts” lined the street outside Spreckles Theater Wednesday night, as fans inside confronted NFL executives over a proposal to move the Chargers football team to Los Angeles.

Chargers NFL Meeting (Michelle Moons / Breitbart News)

Chargers Fans Anticipate NFL Hearing in San Diego

Wednesday marks the second of three town-hall-style NFL hearings–St. Louis, San Diego, then Oakland–being held this week to determine which (if any) of three football teams–the Rams, Chargers or Raiders, respectively–will move to the Los Angeles, California market.

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Chargers Set to Move to L.A., Say Insiders

The San Diego Chargers, the Oakland Raiders and the St. Louis Rams are all making moves to take on the vacant Los Angeles NFL football team market–and experts and insiders have been saying Chargers owner Dean Spanos is dedicated to the L.A. move.

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Environmental Regulations May Spur Chargers’ Move to L.A.

Stadium negotiations between the Chargers organization and City of San Diego officials hit a rough patch again Tuesday when Chargers’ special counsel Mark Fabiani announced that a ballot measure to streamline burdensome California environmental regulations could not make an end-of-year deadline. After

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Carson Passes Chargers-Raiders $1.7B L.A. Stadium

Uncertainty looms in the future of the Chargers and Raiders football organizations as the two teams negotiate over stadium plans that could either allow them to remain in their current home cities or join in sharing one stadium in Los Angeles.

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No New Taxes in New Chargers Stadium Plan as Spirit Day Commences

The day after the Chargers Stadium Task Force announced a recommendation of no new taxes in construction plans for a new stadium, Charger fans in San Diego rallied the troops for a ‘Save Our Bolts Spirit Day,’ calling fans from die-hard to casual to don any apparel, whether official gear or just Chargers colors, in support of the team.

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Inglewood Approves Plans for Rams Stadium

The Inglewood City Council unanimously approved St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s prospective stadium at Hollywood Park on Tuesday. The $1.86 billion, 80,000-seat, closed-roof structure, to be opened in 2018, would become the world’s most expensive stadium. Chris Meany, vice

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Faulconer vs. Chargers in Exchange of Letters

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer had harsh words for the San Diego Chargers in a Tuesday letter addressing Chargers Chairman and President Dean Spanos regarding the Citizens’ Stadium Advisory Group and the construction of a new football stadium. The letter

Faulconer (AP / Lenny Ignelzi)