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Ref puts Chargers back in San Diego, and it probably won’t be last time

Yeah, that fight for L.A. is going to take some time, because a lot of people still have San Diego on their minds. Via Eric Williams of ESPN.com, the official during last night’s Chargers-Broncos game was stuck in the past. “First charged timeout,... to San Diego,...” he said during [more]
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