The Pro Football Hall of Fame says it intends to host a full stadium of fans for its 2021 Hall of Fame Game between the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers in August.
The organization says it is betting that the coronavirus threat will be over by the time the August 5 game time nears, Outkick reported.
“I think there’s a very good shot that we’ll be the first full stadium for football in the United States in nearly two years,” Hall of Fame President David Baker said. “And, to me, that’s going to be good for the rest of the country and for the football season ahead. It shows that we can get our economy going and our kids educated and make even more advances on health care. But we’re going to be ready.”
Baker added that with the vaccines ramping up, everything is headed toward a resolution. So, he