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As of now, NFL ‘planning to have full stadiums’ in 2020

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Sports league across the world were put on hold by COVID-19 this spring and some are now beginning to resume play without fans.

The NFL has maintained that they plan to start their season on time this fall. The NFL season might have fans in attendance, too.

“We are planning to have full stadiums until the medical community tells us otherwise,” NFL EVP of Football Operations Troy Vincent said on The Team 980 last week, according to NBC Sports Washington. “Now remember when we’re talking — we’re talking about September, August, September. So there’s a lot that can happen here. So we’re planning for full stadiums.”

If the Broncos play games without fans, they will offer season ticket holders future credit or refunds. Forbes has estimated that the team would miss out on $162 million if they play games without fans at Empower Field at Mile High this season.

The NFL is also considering the possibility of limiting attendance.

“We also know that we have to plan for half stadiums. Three-quarters. So we’re planning for all of these different scenarios,” Vincent said.

“But first and foremost, we’re making every effort, working with the medical community, if we can have those stadiums with all people until they tell us otherwise when that time comes, that’s our plan. That’s our plan of action.”

 

This article was originally published on broncoswire.usatoday.com

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