Would you sign a waiver to attend a football game this fall? You might have to. The Athletic is reporting that the NFL is considering requiring fans to sign liability waivers shielding teams from COVID-19 lawsuits to attend games this season.
The proposal could be sent out to teams next week as the league tries to figure out how to return to action this fall. Other ideas include asking fans to wear masks, requiring every stadium to go cashless, and only offering prepackaged food at concessions. The NFL is already requiring its clubs to cover the first six to eight rows of seats in the stadiums with tarps to maintain distance between players and fans. With coronavirus regulations differing from state to state, clubs will also be allowed to set their own stadium capacity.
Let’s put it to a poll:
The NFL is considering requiring fans to sign a coronavirus waiver to attend a game this fall. Would you do…