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Factbox: NFL teams allowing fans inside stadiums amid COVID-19 pandemic

(Reuters) - The following is the list of NFL teams allowing a limited number of fans to attend matches amid the COVID-19 pandemic when the season kicks off on Thursday:

Cincinnati Bengals

* Stadium capacity: 65,535 at Paul Brown Stadium

* Maximum capacity permitted: 6,000 for Oct. 4 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Oct. 25 game against the Cleveland Browns.

Cleveland Browns

* Stadium capacity: 67,895 at FirstEnergy Stadium

* Maximum capacity permitted: Approximately 10% for first two games

Dallas Cowboys

* Stadium capacity: 80,000 at AT&T Stadium

* Maximum capacity permitted: To be announced

Denver Broncos

* Stadium capacity: 76,125 at Empower Field at Mile High

* Maximum capacity permitted: 5,700 for Sept. 27 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Indianapolis Colts

* Stadium capacity: 70,000 at Lucas Oil Stadium

* Maximum capacity permitted: 2,500 for Sunday’s opener against Minnesota Vikings

Jacksonville Jaguars

* Stadium capacity: 67,164 at TIAA Bank Field

* Maximum capacity permitted: Approximately 25%

Kansas City Chiefs

* Stadium capacity: 76,416 at Arrowhead Stadium

* Maximum capacity permitted: Approximately 22%

Miami Dolphins

* Stadium capacity: 65,326 at Hard Rock Stadium

* Maximum capacity permitted: 13,000 for the opener against Buffalo Bills on Sept. 20

New Orleans Saints

* Stadium capacity: 74,295 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome

* Maximum capacity permitted: To be announced (for the second game against Green Bay Packers only, if approved)

Compiled by Rohith Nair in Bengaluru; Editing by Toby Davis and Pritha Sarkar