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The Kansas City Chiefs are scheduled to open the 2020 NFL season with a Thursday night primetime celebration of their first championship in 50 years when they host the Texans at Arrowhead Stadium on Sept. 10.

One of the loudest and most boisterous stadiums in the league will be significantly muted after the team announced earlier this month their games would be played with reduced capacity.

The Chiefs didn’t specify details on exactly what that meant and there’s no guarantee any fans will be allowed in even if the season does go on as planned.

Several other teams have been more specific in making similar announcements over the last 10 days. The Raiders are not among that group.

While internal discussions about how many — if any — fans will be allowed inside shiny new Allegiant Stadium are no doubt ongoing, the team has not made any announcements.


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