Russell Okung may be right.
Okung believes the league should keep the Chargers from hosting the AFC championship because the league does not want the game to be played in the team's too-small football stadium. In response to a report by CBS's Jason La Canfora that discussions have been held on the possibility of moving the game, a source from Chargers PFT says that there is "no way" that the game will come out of the Dignity Healthy Sports Park, earlier known as StubHub, will be moved to Center.
The Chargers and AEG have a firm and binding contract under which the game must be played in the facility. AEG would have to give up its contractual rights, and according to the source "Chargers" this simply will not happen.
This is in line with the information PFT obtained at the first exploration of this problem at a time when the Chargers had a very good chance of securing seed # 1. The question remains undisputed, unless the sixth Colts wins on Saturday and the fifth set Chargers on Sunday. When these results occur, details of how the Chargers and the League will perform by far the largest games of the year in the smallest stadium in the league will be announced.