If you were planning on driving down I-95 for the Eagles' season opener in Washington, you can forget it.
The Washington Football Team on Wednesday morning announced that their home games at FedEx Field will be played without fans. That obviously begins in one month and one day, on Sept. 13, when Washington is scheduled to host the Eagles in the opener.
Washington said it had developed a "comprehensive health and safety plan" but this decision "comes out of an abundance of caution due to the rapidly changing dynamics of the COVID-19 pandemic."
It's not a surprise. At this point, it would be pretty surprising to see NFL fans in seats throughout the league, but those decisions will be left up to individual states, cities and teams.
In Philly, it's still up in the air, although it seems unlikely the Linc will have fans.
In July, Philadelphia Department of Health commissioner Thomas Farley and Philadelphia managing director Brian Abernathy released a statement saying the Eagles would "be allowed to play, although without crowds."
Then the next day officials issued another statement, calling the situation "fluid" and seemingly leaving open the possibility for fans in the 2020 season.
The Eagles already gave their season ticket holders the ability to opt out of the 2020 season.
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