Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals said on July 10 that if the team gets approval to have fans in attendance capacity will be “greatly reduced.” There will be no tailgating, rearranged seating in the stadium and social distancing.
Houston Texans: In an FAQ on the team site, the Texans said due to social distancing guidelines the capacity at NRG Stadium will be approximately 14,000 seats throughout all levels and “as a league-wide requirement, all fans attending games must wear a protective face mask throughout the entirety of gameday except for when they are actively eating or drinking.”
Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars said they plan on 25 percent capacity at home games in accordance with state and local authorities. In addition, the Jaguars said after the season begins “any future increase in capacity will depend on developments on the health and safety front.”
Las Vegas Raiders: The Raiders were one of the first teams to announce there would be no fans for their home games this season, and it had to hurt. The Raiders are in their first season in Las Vegas, moving into a plush new Allegiant Stadium, and no fans will be there to celebrate their inaugural season with them.
New England Patriots: The Patriots said in mid-July they’re expecting to have 20 percent capacity at Gillette Stadium, though “state and local approvals will be required before any fans are permitted inside the building.”