The 9-1 Los Angeles Rams and the 9-1 Kansas City Chiefs are scheduled to meet next Monday in one of the most hotly anticipated NFL games of the season. Yet the field at Estadio Azteca is currently in terrible condition following a recent soccer game and Shakira concert, leading to concerns over player safety. The NFL may decide whether to move the game to Los Angeles, or proceed as planned in Mexico City. In the meantime, workers are installing new sod at the stadium while ESPN is reporting that several Rams and Chiefs players may refuse to play if it means risking their health. The Rams had to give up a home game to play an NFL International Series game in Mexico City as part of the agreement to allow the team to move from St. Louis to L.A. in 2016. UPDATE: NFL announces that next week's Monday Night Football game between the Rams and Chiefs will move from Mexico City to L.A. due to poor field conditions: The NFL said the field at Estadio Azteca "does not meet NFL standards for playability and consistency and will not meet those standards by next Monday."