Threat of a Chargers Blackout Has Passed

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    The threat of a Chargers blackout has passed. The team announced on Friday they had sold enough tickets to prevent an NFL-mandated blackout.

    The Chargers had until Thursday to sell nearly 5,000 tickets to lift the blackout for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

    The game will be now be broadcast in local markets.

    There are seats still available for this weekend's game and tickets for the Chargers-Dolphins game on Sunday, Oct. 2.

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