Sunday’s Raiders-Chargers game may be moved out of Oakland because of the air quality in the region as a result of the massive wildfires in Northern California. The game could even take place in San Diego, which hosted the Chargers for 55 years until they left for Los Angeles this year, although league officials said Thursday they expect the game to stay put — for now.
“We are continuing to monitor air quality conditions in the Bay Area and are in close communication with both clubs and local authorities,” an NFL spokesman told The Post. “At this point, the game remains scheduled for Sunday in Oakland.”
The fires began raging out of control Sunday and they have left at least 31 dead, hundreds missing and thousands of homes destroyed in California’s worst such event in over 80 years. With no rains expected for a week, and the possibility of gusty winds over the weekend, the air…