Colts, Broncos not given permission for full-capacity

NEW YORK (ADAMS) – All but two NFL teams have been given permission to host full-capacity games once the season starts in September.

The league informed clubs Tuesday that 28 teams – minus the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos – have received authorization to open their stadiums for opening weekend.

In addition, teams will be allowed to host fans at training camps after practicing behind closed doors last year due to the pandemic.

According to the NFL’s executive vice president of club business and league events. The league-wide season-ticket renewal rate is around 90-percent.

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