Decisions, Decisions

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    • Six NFL teams made formally announced plans for their first games on Tuesday.

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As the NFL season approaches, teams are quickly announcing their fan attendance strategies — at least for the beginning of the regular season. On Tuesday, several teams announced they won’t have fans in the stands for at least their home openers.

As of Aug. 25, the majority of NFL teams have announced their decisions regarding fans for the 2020 NFL season with many stipulating that the situation is fluid. Currently, five teams are planning on having fans attend games in a limited capacity.

Tuesday’s Announcements: 

— Baltimore Ravens said they would not host fans until further notice, after initially hoping for a crowd of 7,500.

— Buffalo Bills said they wouldn’t host fans their first two home games.

— Cincinnati Bengals said no fans for their home opener.

— Both the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams said they will not have fans at SoFi Stadium until further notice.

— Minnesota Vikings said no fans for at least their first two home games.

— San Francisco 49ers said no fans for at least their home opener.