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The Super Bowl is going to be in our backyard in less than a month and there has been so much talk on if there will be fans in the crowd.

It looks like there will be fans in the seats but those who are healthcare workers who have received the vaccine. The Mayor of Tampa, Jane Castor, gave this as an idea and it looks like NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell likes this plan. I think it’s a great plan but I hope that we can have a redo next year. Just to be clear, this is not set in stone. According to WFLA, the NFL still plans on selling tickets to fill Raymond James Stadium up to 20% capacity.

Tampa mayor wants to fill Super Bowl seats with vaccinated health care workers

Tampa mayor wants to fill Super Bowl seats with vaccinated health care workers

At least we can look forward to the possibility of our Bucs headed to the Super Bowl. It would be the first time in NFL history that the hosting city would see their team take the field for the big game. The Bucs are off to a great start after that win last weekend. Now they’re off to New Orleans to play the Saints Sunday night.

[Source: WFLA]

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