That’s 30 of the 32 NFL teams that have been granted permission to fill their stadiums to capacity for the 2021 season clashes.
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That’s what Goodell Vice President Peter O’Reilly said on Tuesday, according to the NFL Network.
Only the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos have still not obtained clearance from the health authorities responsible for the matter. Both clubs should have it by August, however, O’Reilly said.
Remember that the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented many formations from having amateurs present during their duels in 2020.
Separately, the NFL told its teams that fans should be allowed to attend training camp, but that it is still finalizing its protocols with the Players Association.
First-year players are expected on July 21 at the Goddell Circuit team camps, while all players will be there on July 28.
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