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The NFL season is scheduled to start in less than five months, but it’s possible games will be played without fans this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Noting he’s used to playing without fans for offseason team activity practices and that contests without “pomp and circumstance” could be “refreshing,” Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins seemed unfazed by that possibility in a recent conference call with reporters.

Cousins isn’t the only star trying to look at the bright side.

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San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle told Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk that playing in normally boisterous road environments such as Seattle or New Orleans sans fans “will make my job [a] lot easier.”

Players might have to get used to that possibility.

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