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    Patsfanin Philly Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    #95 Jersey

    PFT and Jets new stadium website
    reported on special PSLs at the new stadium that fans will have on field access during the game. Oh really. i thought there were very strict regulations re on field access DURING games. There is plenty of access during pre-games but they are strict during games ( especially in light of last year's events) to the point that photogrpahers must wear specially colored vests and local TV stations are barred from sidelines during games. Are we now to believe that they will suddenly allow high paying fans access to the sidelines?????
    Let's see Mr. Goodell's reaction to this......

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    >>>>The Coaches Club combines the best seats in football – on the sideline around the 50-yard line – with access usually reserved for coaches and players. Club members will be able to stand on the field and watch the game, five yards off the Jets bench, or step inside to a private 20,000 square foot bar and lounge designed by Nobu architect David Rock.<<<<
     
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    #61 Jersey

    Re: OT- Are Jets violating NFL rules at new stadium????

    I don't see how they can see anything going on except the backs of the players on the bench. Pretty unusual concept overall -- and VERY pricey ($7k/year per ticket holder). Says they also can attend the coach's press conference after the game. Sounds depressing. :D
     
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