The tackler defensive Rams of Los Angeles Aaron Donald does not think that the NFL should hold games without fans in the stands.
“We need the supporters to play, said the holder of two titles of defensive player of the year at the network, ESPN, Thursday. I do not see how we could play without the fans, I have the impression that this would take away the fun of the game.”
“The supporters are what makes the game exciting, he added. The fans give us that little extra when you’re tired or when you do a big game and you hear 80 000 supporters going crazy.”
In recent weeks, the NFL has indicated that it plans to allow access to the fans in stages in 2020. The circuit Goodell has also created emergency plans that include games behind closed doors.
This week, the government of California, where there are the Rams, said that he hoped that sports events can be held without supporters in the first week of June.
The season 2020 the NFL must begin on Thursday, September 10.