Florida Governor Approves 'Full Capacity' At Miami Dolphins' 65,000 Seat Stadium
Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. has granted permission to the Miami Dolphins to allow full capacity, 65,000 seats, at Hard Rock Stadium...

The green light comes by way of Gov. Ron DeSantis -- whose spokesperson told Andy Slater the team is now allowed to pack their stadium as part of statewide removal of COVID-19 stadium restrictions.

That doesn't mean the Dolphins will rush to allow 65,000 people to watch the team at their next home game ... Slater says the org. still plans on limiting the number of fans to 13,000 at the next home game on Oct. 25.

The news comes on the heels of an announcement from the Green Bay Packers -- which just pressed pause on the possibility of opening up Lambeau Field to fans any time soon.

"Due to the concerning increase of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the Green Bay area and across Wisconsin, the Green Bay Packers today announced that the organization has put an indefinite hold on hosting fans for games at Lambeau Field this season," the team said in a statement.

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This guys an idiot...
Reply6 months
The curve has been flattened, Democrats. Why isn't every state opened up? Besides, OMB, I mean.
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The soy sipping, mask cult, Biden voters aren’t going to like this!
Reply6 months
There’s 65k dolphin fans?
Reply6 months
Admin who posted this is a neckbeard who wants to keep it shut down, thus the "this won't end well" comment.
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And now he edited it to "Will other teams follow soon?". First time I have ever seen Larry edit anything
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We won DVT10
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the risk of death for anyone under 70 is tiny. Let the vulnerable people take their precautions, but let the rest of us go on with our lives. This virus has become almost entirely political, at this point.
Reply6 months
Thank God for DeSantis. The lone voice of reason in a sea of insanity.
Reply6 months
Brian Kemp as well.
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Why won't this end well Larry?
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Political Virus! Period!
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