Season Opener vs. Packers Bleacher Report by Vikings

File - In the second part of the NFL football game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Atlanta Falcons in Minneapolis, September 8, 2019, at the US Bank Stadium, file a photo, fans.  The Minnesota Vikings play at least their first two home games without fans in attendance.  With existing Minnesota Department of Health guidelines, which mention an indoor venue capacity of 250 people, the Vikings were unable to establish a sensible way to open doors for the people of the state, US Bank Stadium, the NFL and the city of Minneapolis.  Now.  The Vikings will hold 66,000 seats vacant on September 13, 2020 at Green Bay and on September 27 at Tennessee.  (AP Photo / Bruce Cluckhon, file)

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This Minnesota Vikings The front will host George Floyd’s family at US Bank Stadium for Sunday’s season opener Green Bay Packers.

The team announced Week 1 bias plans, including a recognition of Floyd’s family following a pre-arranged musical performance of James Weldon Johnson’s “Lift Everywhere and Voice Is and Sing”.

The Vikings have Announced They will not host fans in the stands of the Packers and their first two home games in front Tennessee Titans 27 Sept.

Floyd was shot on May 26 by then-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who held Floyd in the neck for about nine minutes while he fell to the ground.

Floyd’s murder was one of many similar incidents that sparked widespread protests across the country and prompted athletes in all sports to take a public stand against police brutality and racial injustice.

June 4, number one NFL The stars shot a video calling on the league to “condemn racism and systematic repression of black people.”

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Replied The players’ call: “We, the NFL, condemn racism and systematic oppression of the Black People. We, the NFL, admit that we have never heard of NFL players before, and encourage everyone to speak out and protest peacefully. We, the NFL, , Black Lives Matter. “

The Vikings have moved on New initiative Following Floyd’s death, Causes 5 million donations for various social justice and the creation of a college scholarship in Floyd’s name, which will be awarded annually to black students.

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