Concerns about the Los Angeles Chargers hosting the AFC championship in a 30,000-seat venue could prompt the NFL to relocate the game from Dignity Health Sports Park, league sources told Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
The stadium, formerly known as StubHub Center, would house the conference title bout only if the fifth-seeded Chargers and sixth-seeded Indianapolis Colts advance past the AFC Divisional Round.
If the Chargers end up hosting the AFC Championship Game, the league has reportedly considered moving the contest to the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, where the Los Angeles Rams play.
There's a chance, however, that the Rams will be the home team in the NFC championship. Logistics would prevent both L.A. franchises from playing for conference titles in the same stadium on the same day, so the AFC championship could reportedly be pushed to Monday if both teams are hosting.