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Officials From Rams, Chargers, NFL Stand Behind L.A. Market After Sparse Crowds

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 19 / 17

NFL Exec VP/Communications Joe Lockhart yesterday said the league and officials from the Rams and Chargers "remain confident" about the L.A. market moving forward despite the amount of empty seats at the teams' games Sunday , according to Lindsay Jones of USA TODAY. Lockhart said the league is conf...

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