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Report: Colts cleared for full capacity games next season

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According to NFLUpdate, the Colts have been cleared for full capacity at games next season.

With the Colts being the final NFL team cleared for full capacity, the league will return to its normal self. All 32 teams have will now be at full capacity next season, which I’m sure fans will be looking forward to.

According to the team site (article found here), “As COVID-19 is still affecting the city and state, the club will continue to be vigilant about keeping fans safe and healthy, but most protocols from last season will be relaxed or eliminated.”

The team site also noted that, “The decision followed by extensive consultation with the Marion County (Ind.) Public Health Department (MCPHD), which this week approved full capacity games to begin this season.”

Additionally, Colts CEO and Owner Jim Irsay expressed his gratitude on Twitter towards Mayor Hogsett and Dr. Kaine, stating, “Many thanks to Mayor Hogsett and Dr. Kaine for their guidance through a very difficult time.”

The Colts’ offseason and season, as reported by many, will now look normal for the first time in over a year. Training Camp and games will be at 100% full capacity, meaning fans can get back to attending some of their favorites events of the year.