Philip Rivers says Chargers’ move from San Diego to LA has left him ‘numb’

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Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has admitted the team’s controversial move from San Diego to Los Angeles has left him “numb”.

The team announced on Thursday it was leaving its home of 56 years to become LA’s second NFL team, after public officials in San Diego made it clear they were unwilling to spend taxpayers’ money to help finance a new stadium in the city. Owner Dean Spanos confirmed the Chargers would be moving in time for the 2017 season.

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