Amid a wretchedness in Florida caused by Hurricane Irma, a state still has places to play.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Tuesday they will horde a Chicago Bears as scheduled Sunday during Raymond James Stadium. Across a state, a home of a Miami Dolphins and University of Miami Hurricanes was announced protected after constructional engineers found no repairs associated to Irma.
The Bucs’ diversion will be their deteriorate opener.
“Hosting a diversion is critical to us, as Tampa Bay has been by a lot over a past few days,” Buccaneers CEO Brian Ford said. The Bucs’ diversion final Sunday during Miami was deferred until November 19 because of a storm.
Dolphins’ home announced safe
Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens was dynamic to be protected for pro and college games, Dolphins boss Tom Garfinkel said.
After consummate investigation by engineers, it has been deemed that @hardrockstadium gifted no constructional repairs from Irma.
The Hurricanes are scheduled to play a subsequent diversion there September 23 opposite Toledo; a Dolphins’ initial diversion during a track will be October 8.
Engineers legalised a track canopy that was partial of a new $500 million US restoration and found no issues, notwithstanding fears of a hurricane in a area spawned by Irma.
The Dolphins’ use formidable has also been announced protected and will be accessible when a group earnings from this week’s stay in California for Sunday’s diversion opposite a Los Angeles Chargers, Garfinkel said.