30 of the 32 NFL clubs are opening to 100% capacity for fans!
Are you ready for some football? The National Football League (NFL) just announced that 30 of its 32 clubs will be opening to full capacity for the 2021 season.
Out of the 32 teams, the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts are the only two teams that "don't have the go-ahead." However, per reports, "both have a clear path" to receive approval before August, said NFL executive Peter O'Reilly.
Already, 30 of 32 clubs have approval to safely open at 100% capacity before the 2021 preseason begins, league exec Peter O’Reilly said. The #Colts and #Broncos are the two remaining, but “both have a clear path” to get approval before August, O’Reilly said.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) May 25, 2021
It's also expected for fans to return to training camps this summer, which are subject to state and local guidelines.
O’Reilly said the NFL is still finalizing protocols with the NFLPA and camps may look different in terms of proximity to players, autographs, etc. But with plans already in motion to have stadiums at 100% capacity, fans’ return to camp is another big step towards normality.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) May 25, 2021
Are you excited that your favorite NFL team is allowing for full capacity? Do you think the Broncos and Colts will soon follow suit? Comment below.