Re: New tailgating rules at the Cardinals stadium
I don't think the NFL is going to be able to control tailgating they way they think.
I mean sure, they can control it on lots that are on stadium property. But I highly doubt they can enforce these rules on lots that are private/city property.
In Cleveland, the only parking lot on the property of Cleveland Browns Stadium is the players parking lot. All the rest of the parking lots in downtown Cleveland are privately owned or owned by the city.
And most of the tailgating in Cleveland takes place in the Municipal (aka Muni) parking lot which is where the city workers park during the work week.
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