Desert Dish: Super Bowl Parties Rage On Cavs "Quietly" Sought County Funds For Arena Browns Raising Season-Ticket Prices Bettman: Flames Need New Arena NFL Concussions Down, But Skeptics Remain Marquette, Bucks Partner On Athletics Center NFL: Officials Properly Inspected Deflategate Balls Many Former Patriots Currently In Media Jobs Gillette Stadium Adds Cross Insurance Pavilion EA Using New Ad Product To Tout Sponsors
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/Issue 16/Facilities & Venues
Bengals Put Down The Pat-Downs Amid Pressure From County
Published October 3, 2005
|Bengals Cancel Pat-Down Plans Amid
Pressure From County Commissioners
SLOW GOING: In Atlanta, Steve Wyche writes there were “several thousand empty seats well into the first quarter,” at yesterday’s Vikings-Falcons game at the Georgia Dome, “in part because of long lines entering the stadium” due to pat-downs and random searches (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 10/3).