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The Las Vegas Raiders didn’t expect their first season in the Entertainment Capital of the World to be without fans, but the health of the fans, players, and coaches is at the forefront of Owner Mark Davis’ mind in the midst of this pandemic.

Earlier this week, the Raiders informed their PSL holders that the team’s inaugural season in Allegiant Stadium would be played with empty seats. Monday afternoon, Owner Mark Davis joined Raider Nation Radio 920AM to explain why he made this difficult decision.

“Well, early on, about three weeks ago, the NFL made the decision that the first eight rows of fans wouldn’t be able to attend the games,” Davis shared. “They disregarded our option of putting up hockey glass in the front rows to protect the players from the fans, and just felt that the eight rows of fans were going to be excluded from going.

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