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After a week of turmoil, the San Diego Chargers will play their game on Sunday against the Houston Texans at home in Qualcomm Stadium as scheduled.

The Southern California wildfires had chased the Chargers to Phoenix, where they practiced at the Arizona Cardinals' facility in Tempe while thousands of people who had been forced from their homes because of the threat from the fires used Qualcomm as an evacuation center.

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The San Diego mayor's office said last night that if the Chargers and NFL chose to play the game in San Diego Sunday afternoon that the stadium would be ready.

Dozens of members of the Chargers' organization, including coach Norv Turner, quarterback Philip Rivers and linebacker Shane Merriman, were among the hundreds of thousands who had homes in affected areas.

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