Jerry Jones on Attendance For Home Opener: "We'll See The Lay Of The Land"


DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - With the season rapidly approaching, one of the biggest questions on the minds of NFL fans around the country is whether or not they will be allowed to attend their favorite team's home opener.

The Dallas Cowboys first opponent of the season, the Los Angeles Rams, have already announced there will be no fans allowed in their season opener at SoFi Stadium.

The Rams aren't the only franchise to make such an announcement either, with teams like the New York Jets, New York Giants, and Houston Texans, among others, making the same decision.

The Dallas Cowboys seem to have a different approach, however, because as owner Jerry Jones told 105.3 The Fan's K&C Masterpiece on Friday, the team is prepared to allow up to 50-percent capacity at AT&T stadium if necessary.

"We know where our boundaries are," Jones said. "and I think the official boundary is at 50-percent capacity. More than likely there won't be 50-percent capacity, but if things are thriving, I would imagine we could have as many people out there as far as the demand to be out there as we want to. We'll see how the lay of the land is as we get closer, and sell those numbers of tickets accordingly."

AT&T stadium holds approximately 80,000 people, which means Dallas could have up to 40,000 fans in attendance for the team's home opener against the Atlanta Falcons on September 20th, if the demand for the tickets is there.

You can listen to Jones's full interview with K&C Masterpiece below: