How could Bay Area's bad air quality impact 49ers' opening game Sunday?

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Sunday’s 49ers season opener is not expected to get relocated or rescheduled due to the Bay Area’s smoke-choked skies.That assumes the air-quality index does not breach 200, as outlined by the NFL’s Football Operations department.Thursday’s AQI checked in at 76 (moderate), and that is similar to Wednesday’s reading when the 49ers practiced under orange-tinted skies caused by the west’s widespread wildfires.The 49ers, NFL and local authorities will continue to monitor conditions leading up to Sunday’s 1:25 p.m. kickoff against the Arizona Cardinals at Levi’s Stadium.Smoke-…

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