Will life ever be normal again? After the Eagles announced fans will not be able to attend any games for the 2020 season earlier this week, we obviously were crushed. But, there could be some hope!

According to USA Today, Philly officials said that the city may let fans in the games if the city were to change some of its rules in the upcoming months. The organization is calling it a "fluid situation."

According to Philadelphia Business Journal, after the city said that outdoor events with more than 50 people are not allowed, people have been questioning if sports games will even happen. But, officials said in an announcement on Wednesday that "this is a fluid situation, and this policy is under constant review."

Philly also just announced that all events from now until February 28 2021 are cancelled. However, it is now being said that the restrictions did not apply to sports stadiums or other private property. The Eagles said that they are still having talks with the city of Philadelphia and want to work together to make this happen. So in the meantime they promise to keep us updated and communicate what is going on before the star of the season.

The Phillies have already announced their plan for the upcoming season. According to USA Today, fans will not be in attendance at games for the 2020 season. So is this a sign of what's to come for our Eagles?


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