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A ton of empty seats greet the Rams as they start second season in L.A.

At least Los Angeles now has two NFL teams to not care about. There should be some excitement for both teams in Los Angeles as this season starts. The Chargers just moved there, and every other team in professional sports history that has relocated has been greeted warmly by their new city. Not the Chargers, who didn’t come close to selling out their temporary 30,000-seat soccer stadium in Carson for the preseason.
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