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Report: Washington evaluating situation, but unlikely to allow fans at FedEx Field

Washington Football Wire logo Washington Football Wire 10/16/2020 Zachary Neel
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News broke on Friday afternoon that the Maryland Governor had lifted the ban on fans at professional sports venues in Maryland, granting both the Washington Football Team and Baltimore Ravens the opportunity to allow fans back into the stands, as long as it stays below 10% of the stadium’s capacity.

After the news was released, the Ravens said that they would be evaluating the situation going forward.

Now it is being reported by The Washington Post’s Nicki Jhabvala that Washington is evaluating the situation as well, but they are reportedly unlikely to lift the ban on fans at his point.

Washington plays on the road in New York this weekend, so the team will have a bit more time to decide what they are going to do going forward before any decision is put into effect.


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