Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been silent for most of the offseason, but he held a video conference with reporters Wednesday that covered many topics related to this unusual NFL season.
One of them was the prospect of having fans attend the AT&T Stadium for home games this season. Washington became the last team to announce it would play in an empty stadium earlier in the day, but Jones still plans to go the other way.
“The Dallas Cowboys plan to play all of our football games and we plan to play them in front of our fans,” Jones said.
Jones said the team will adhere to local or state protocols regarding attendance and they do not have a number of fans in mind at this point, but he said he thinks the size of the stadium and the number of suites makes them fit for rich people at hand while maintaining social distancing.
So far, the state of Texas allows 50 percent capacity for sporting events.