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Relocation still possible for Vikings

As the Vikings stadium battle rages on, the talk relocation is on the rise. The Vikings aren't the only team in the NFL at risk of leaving their home city. The Chargers, Raiders, Jaguars, Rams, and Bills are also at risk.
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As the Vikings stadium battle rages on, the talk relocation is on the rise. The Vikings aren't the only team in the NFL at risk of leaving their home city. The Chargers, Raiders, Jaguars, Rams, and Bills are also at risk.

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