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COVID-19: Rams and Chargers Could Share Vegas Stadium With Raiders in 2020

Allegiant Stadium Under Construction

Everything going forward in sports is going to be looking a lot different. This includes a potential delay of the grand opening of SoFi Stadium.

On Sunday, Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio said there is a small, but realistic, chance that the California franchises could all share a stadium off-site during the 2020 season if the state doesn’t progress enough to allow sporting events.

“The 49ers and Cardinals could share the Arizona venue with no conflicts at all,” said Florio,“The Chargers and Raiders could share the new Las Vegas Stadium with only one potential conflict. Ditto for the Rams and the Cowboys."

In this hypothetical situation, the Rams would open up the NFL season at Allegiant Stadium. The Chargers would then host a “home” game in Las Vegas on the following Sunday followed by the Raiders getting their shot to play at home on Monday Night Football.

This scenario would obviously lead to an immense amount of game to be played at one stadium, but if it’s the difference between playing with or without fans, the NFL may have no other choice than to make it work.

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