The NFL is already on to the next season.
But there are major questions as to what the sport will look like next fall.
And now this key NFL owner made one announcement about the 2021 season that fans were waiting for.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, every NFL team played at limited capacity in the 2020 season.
Thanks to the vaccine produced by Donald Trump’s Operation Warp Speed, that is all going to change for 2021.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said his team expects to play at full capacity for home games when the season kicks off in September.
Jerry Jones says the #Cowboys will have a safe training camp in Oxnard and full stadiums for games next season.
— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) March 10, 2021
Jones’ announcement came after the Texas Rangers baseball team announced it would host home games with 100 percent capacity beginning this April.
The COVID hysteria is fading and states around the country are racing to end their lockdowns and drop their mask mandates as Governors begin to truly “follow the science” and reject the doom and gloom fear-mongering of the discredited Dr. Fauci.
Even blue state Governors like Maryland’s Larry Hogan announced the Baltimore Orioles can host fans at 50 percent capacity at Camden Yards this season.
That’s great news not just for fans of every sport, but for Americans in general who just want to go back to their normal lives and put this miserable year of social distancing and lockdowns behind them.
Full stadiums for sporting events is one the surest signs that life is back to what it was like in 2019.
Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.