Chiefs nix headdresses, face paint to start NFL season
In this Feb. 2, 2020 file photo, a Kansas City Chiefs fan walks outside the stadium before the NFL Super Bowl 54 football game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs in Miami Gardens, Fla. The Kansas City Chiefs fans who file into Arrowhead stadium Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020 for a masked and socially distanced start to the current season won't be wearing headdresses or face paint amid a nationwide push for racial justice following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) File)MISSION, Kan. Kansas City Chiefs fans who file into Arrowhead stadium Thursday for a masked and socially distanced start to the NFL season won't be wearing headdresses or face paint amid a nationwide push for racial justice following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Instead of face paint, he will stick Duct tape with Bible verses on his face. Still, he thinks the team's changes are an overreaction and said fans love to pose with people wearing headdresses.
Detroit Tigers kick off Summer training camp
DETROIT It has been a while since there was a lot of Pro Sports going on around town. The Detroit Tigers kicked off summer training camp Friday. Spring training was canceled because of the coronavirus. The Detroit Tigers are calling it Summer camp. The greatest thing about baseball is you can make adjustments on the fly, saidThis Major League Baseball season is all about adapting.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signs order allowing professional sports to return without fans
Gretchen Whitmer has signed an executive order allowing professional sports to return to the state without fans. The announcement comes just two days after Major League Baseball announced it will begin a 60-game season in late July. Whitmer made the announcement by signing executive order 2020-133, which sets guidelines for professional sports to return safely, specifically without live audiences. Good news, sports fans: We are now ready to gradually and safely allow professional sports to resume in Michigan, Whitmer said. No live audiences are allowed, except for staff of the facility at which a sporting event is held and media personnel reporting on, filming or otherwise documenting the sporting event, Whitmers executive order says.