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No fans allowed in the AFC wild card game against the Browns

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Thursday that fans will not be allowed in Sunday night’s AFC wild card game against the Cleveland Browns at Haynes Field. The panel said state orders would only allow a total of 2,500 people, including players, coaches and staff, at Haynes Field. “We are disappointed that we will not be able to hold our season ticket holders and other fans at Haynes Field on Sunday night against the Cleveland Browns in our AFC wild card game,” Steelers spokesman Burt Lawton said in a statement Thursday. This control restricts fans in the seating area to family and players and teammates. If the Steelers make progress in their postseason, if another game is played at Haynes Field, they will monitor any changes in the state guidelines for potential home game potential.

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Thursday that fans will not be allowed in Sunday night’s AFC wild card game against the Cleveland Browns at Haynes Field.

The committee said state orders would only allow a total of 2,500 people, including players, coaches and staff, at Haynes Field.

“We are disappointed that we will not be able to hold our season ticket holders and other fans at Haynes Field on Sunday night against the Cleveland Browns in our AFC wild card game,” Steelers spokesman Burt Lawton said in a statement Thursday.

He said the restriction restricts fans in the seat area to family and players and teammates.

If the Steelers make progress in their postseason, they will monitor any changes to state guidelines if another game is played at Haynes Field, which could potentially increase their potential for home play.

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