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National Football League gives in to threats of boycott over Rams-Chiefs Mexico game

14 November 2018

Oddsmakers are expecting fireworks next week in Mexico City, where the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams will meet in a Monday night showdown between high-scoring Super Bowl contenders at Estadio Azteca.

The matchup between the Chiefs and Rams will be one of the most anticipated contests all season.

"It's not fair to risk our health", one prominent player told Schefter.

The club also said that it will be "providing thousands of complimentary tickets to first responders who are bravely protecting the greater Los Angeles community, as well as people who have been impacted by our community's recent tragedies". It turns out, players on both teams aren't comfortable playing on an unsafe surface.

Arturo Olive, director of the National Football League office in Mexico, said recently he was not concerned about the state of the field and that National Football League personnel were working along with the groundskeepers from Azteca to get it right for the game. As an added twist, these two squads have always been slated to face off in Mexico City. The teams now will play each other at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the Rams' home stadium.

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The league said it consulted with the NFL Players Association and inspected the field Tuesday afternoon with internal and external field experts. 'Until very recently, we had no major concerns.

The Chiefs won't be heading to Mexico City this Monday.

Soccer games and concerts have left the field a mess.

"The field is not in the best condition and that concerns me for the next tournament, ' said Cruz Azul's coach, Pedro Caixinha". The total remained at 63.5.

National Football League gives in to threats of boycott over Rams-Chiefs Mexico game