Thursday, September 24
- The Jaguars are allowing spectators at approximately 25 percent capacity to each home game in 2020.
Sunday, September 27
- The Steelers will not allow spectators for their first two home games of the season (Week 2 vs. DEN and Week 3 vs. HOU).
- The Eagles are not allowing spectators until further notice.
- The Giants are not allowing spectators until further notice.
- The Patriots are not allowing spectators through the month of September.
- The Vikings are not allowing spectators for first two Vikings home games (Week 1 vs GB, Week 3 vs TEN).
- The Browns will allow up to 6,000 fans for the team’s first two home games in September (Week 2 vs. CIN and Week 3 vs. WAS).
- The Bills are not allowing spectators for first two home games of the season (Week 1 vs NYJ, Week 3 vs LAR).
- There will be no spectators this week but the Falcons announced that fans will be welcomed at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta when the team faces the Panthers on October 11.
- The Chargers are not allowing spectators until further notice.
New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts – Lucas Oil Stadium
- The Colts will allow a maximum of 7,500 spectators for this week’s home game against the Jets.
- The Seahawks will not have spectators at the first three home games of the season (Week 2 vs. NE, Week 3 vs. DAL, and Week 5 vs. MIN).
- The Broncos will allow 5,700 fans to attend the game on Sunday.
- The Cardinals will have a small group of 750 spectators at Sunday’s game to determine what protocol will be allowed later in the season. Only immediate family or close friends of the players, coaches and staff will be allowed to attend.
Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints – Mercedes-Benz Superdome
- Similar to the Cardinals, the Saints announced today that 750 family members of players, coaches and staff will be allowed to attend Sunday night’s game and if that goes well the team will begin planning for ticket-buying fans in the stands.
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Which NFL stadiums, teams will allow fans at games in Week 3 of the 2020 season? originally appeared on NBCSports.com