Parts of the United States are facing uncertainty as Hurricane Ian rapidly approaches. With some communities evacuated to safer areas of the country, sports leagues are having to make last-minute calls about how to handle their weekend slate of matches.
NFL EVP Jeff Miller provided a site status update pirate against. heads The game that was scheduled to be a game at Tampa Bay Stadium on Sunday evening. In short, things are still up in the air, but the priority will be on Florida communities affected by the natural disaster.
“Until we know more about the storm, it will be difficult to make that decision,” Miller said. Albert Breer from MMQB.
Currently, Bucs has moved operations to Miami for this week, and if the hurricane affects the game this weekend, there have been reports that it won’t happen in Miami even though the Dolphins play in Cincinnati on Thursday. The NFL said, per Sports Business MagazineBen Fisher, US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis will be the site of the emergency.
There is currently no change to the game’s location, but this may change as the storm hits. Miller He said It’s “literally considering minute by minute and hour by hour.”
Hurricane Ian’s eye wall moves ashore in Florida with a catastrophic storm. The storm is currently considered a Category 4 storm with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph, dangerously close to Category 5 strength, according to the Latest update from the National Hurricane Center.
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