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NFL's opening week highlights financial plight of Denver Broncos' Empower Field, other stadiums

bizjournals Friday, 11 September 2020 ()
The Denver Broncos — and the NFL — will likely lose hundreds of millions of dollars this season due to Covid-caused attendance drops, and the latest move by the Broncos to allow 5,700 fans won't make much of a dent.
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News video: Denver Broncos Fans- Er, Cardboard Cutouts- Fill Stadium

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Fans can purchase a cardboard cutout to be placed in the crowd.

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