Dolphins Given The Okay To Have Full Stadium Capacity: Bills Still Not Allowed Any Fans
As of Wednesday, October 7th, the Buffalo Bills are still not permitted to allow any fans inside Bills Stadium for home games.
Last week, the Bills released a statement saying that fans won't be in the stadium for the foreseeable future, although Governor Andrew Cuomo said last week he would tour Bills Stadium and work with the team and county in finding a possible way to get fans back in (that tour hasn't taken place yet).
However, Miami is a different story. So different, that according to Andy Slater of Fox Sports 640, the Miami Dolphins, along with all stadiums in Florida, have been given the green light from Governor DeSantis for full capacity at home games. That would be 65,000 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
The Bills next home game is fast-approaching -- next Thursday night against the Kansas City Chiefs.
As of now, no fans will be going to that game, but Bills fans and the organization are holding out hope for fans to be allowed back in at some point this season. Ultimately, it's New York State and Governor Andrew Cuomo's decision.