MIAMI – The NFL is saying that most of its teams will be able to have full capacity at their stadiums this upcoming season, although the Miami Dolphins have not confirmed yet that it will open Hard Rock Stadium to full capacity when games resume.

The only teams in question that may not be able to host all of their fans are the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos.

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However, even with those two still in question, an NFL spokesperson said they are trending in the right direction.

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The league is working with teams on protocols for mask and vaccination requirements for fans that want to attend games.

They also will follow guidelines set by state and local officials.

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