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Sport Dolphins owner says there will 'definitely' be an NFL season

19:10  26 may  2020
19:10  26 may  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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As major sports leagues continue to explore ways in which they can safely begin or resume their seasons, the NFL community remains confident there will be football in the fall.

Stephen M. Ross wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is confident there will be an NFL season. © Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is confident there will be an NFL season.

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was asked about the 2020 NFL season during an appearance on CNBC Tuesday morning, and he reassured fans there will be football. 

However, it remains unclear if those fans will be able to attend games.

The Dolphins laid out a plan earlier this month that could allow them to host a limited number of fans at Hard Rock Stadium, and some teams may take that approach. 

Others in different areas of the country may decide to play in empty venues, and at least one team seems to have very little shot of hosting fans unless there are some serious changes in the policy of their local government.

Whatever the case, it would be a surprise if the NFL did not kick off as scheduled in Week 1. If the NBA, NHL and MLB are still planning to proceed with their seasons, time is on the NFL’s side.

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