TV’s “South Park” at­tends Bron­cos game as cutouts

The Charlotte Observer - - SPORTS - — ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Den­ver Bron­cos filled their south stands with card­board cutouts of the en­tire town of “South Park” for their game Sun­day against the Tampa Bay Buc­ca­neers.

The char­ac­ters were all masked.

The Bron­cos also al­lowed 5,700 ac­tual fans to at­tend the game.


Pa­troits: With a 2-yard rush in the first quar­ter against the Raiders, quar­ter­back Cam New­ton passed Ran­dall Cun­ning­ham for the sec­ond-most ca­reer rushing yards by a quar­ter­back in NFL his­tory. Michael Vick is first with 6,109 yards. Giants: Safety Jabrill Pep­pers sprained an an­kle try­ing to block a field goal by San Fran­cisco’s Rob­bie Gould. His re­turn was ques­tion­able.

Washington: Star rookie de­fen­sive end Chase Young left Sun­day’s game in Cleve­land with a groin in­jury. Team of­fi­cials said he would not re­turn.

Fal­cons: At­lanta played with­out star wide re­ceiver Julio Jones (ham­string) against the Bears.

Ten­nessee: Re­ceiver A.J. Brown missed his sec­ond straight game with a knee in­jury with the Ti­tans at Min­nesota. Ten­nessee out­side line­backer Vic Beasley Jr., made his Ti­tans de­but af­ter miss­ing the first two games with a knee in­jury.

Vik­ings: Min­nesota in­vited up to 250 staff mem­bers and fam­ily mem­bers for their game against Ten­nessee to test COVID-19 pro­to­cols in prepa­ra­tion for the po­ten­tial re­turn of fans to home games later this sea­son. Raiders: The Raiders are be­ing in­ves­ti­gated by the NFL for al­low­ing an unau­tho­rized per­son in the locker room fol­low­ing the team’s home opener.

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