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