ALAMEDA -- The Raiders-Chargers game scheduled for the Coliseum will not be moved to San Diego, according to a report by the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Major League Baseball has until Sunday to decide whether to move the game, if it fears a potential conflict with the Raiders-Chargers game scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 6 and the A's hosting an American League playoffs game that day.

The paper cited an unidentified source as saying, if anything, the Raiders-Chargers game would be played on a different date. That makes it likely that the Raiders would host the Chargers on Monday, Oct. 7 if the A's are slated to play at home Oct. 6.

Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said MLB is keeping the Raiders apprised of their progress toward reaching a resolution. He said he prefers that the game be played in Oakland.

Another option is for the Raiders to play at the Coliseum at night Oct. 6, assuming the A's hosted a game in the afternoon. However, that would bring about a logistical nightmare in converting the stadium from a baseball configuration to a football setup.

Several Raiders officials said Thursday that they are unaware of what is going to happen and that they are awaiting word from MLB.

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