Levi's Stadium

Watch majestic Memorial Day flyover above 49ers' Levi's Stadium

Watch majestic Memorial Day flyover above 49ers' Levi's Stadium

We’re all in this together.

The 49ers partnered up with the California Air National Guard to salute those on the front lines of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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The flyover was handled by the Guard’s 129th Rescue Wing.

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently said sports could return to the state by the first week of June, so we hopefully will be seeing the Niners take the field at Levi’s Stadium this fall.

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49ers, Levi's Stadium could lose $208 million if NFL plays without fans

49ers, Levi's Stadium could lose $208 million if NFL plays without fans

Although California Governor Gavin Newsom said Monday that sports could return to the state in early June, he maintained that will have to be without fans in the seats.

Forbes estimated what NFL teams could lose in stadium revenue if the entire season is played without fans, and the 49ers could lose the sixth-most income, a staggering $208 million. All estimates were based on 2018 league revenues.

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42 percent of a team's normal earnings is a sizable chunk, but for comparison, the Dallas Cowboys could be losing $621 million, or 65 percent of that 2018 mark.

The top five ahead of the 49ers shakes out like this: Dallas, the New England Patriots, New York Giants, Houston Texans and New York Jets.

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The NFL as a whole could lose $5.5 billion in stadium revenue, which likely would have serious ramifications on the salary cap and free agency.

Both the players and owners would feel the hit, as the Collective Bargaining Agreement signed in March yields the NFLPA 47 percent of football-related income for 2020, and 48 percent for 2021.

NFL teams have begun reopening facilities, although the 49ers are not among them.

Unfortunately, there’s likely little chance of California having spectators at professional sporting events in 2020 given the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Even as light is appearing at the end of the tunnel, the financial consequences could be severe for leagues across the country.

NFL rumors: 49ers won't open facilities next week when other teams do

NFL rumors: 49ers won't open facilities next week when other teams do

The NFL closed facilities for all 32 teams on March 25, with limited access for rehabbing players and those helping them rehab, to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Starting on Tuesday, May 19, however, teams can begin returning on a limited basis in accordance with local guidelines. The 49ers reportedly will not be one of those teams.

ESPN's Nick Wagoner reported Sunday that as Santa Clara is yet to begin Phase 2 of California's reopening, the 49ers' doors mostly will remain locked.

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As of Saturday night, NBC Bay Area reports Santa Clara County leads the Bay Area in coronavirus cases (2,418) and deaths (135).

While the 49ers will wait to open shop, this isn't as much of a disadvantage as it might seem. The NFL isn't allowing players and coaches in the building until all teams are allowed to do so. Only 50 percent of team staff, with no more than 75 total people, are allowed in the building.

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The NFL felt like business as usual with draft and free agency. Same goes for their schedule release extravaganza. Tuesday is another step in that direction.

Well, sort of. Until all teams are on the same page, it simply won't be business as usual. And that could take a bit as states reopen at a different pace.