Home Sports Redskin Half of NFL teams are now delaying deadlines for season ticket payments SportsRedskin Half of NFL teams are now delaying deadlines for season ticket payments March 25, 2020 2 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp The Atlanta Falcons on Wednesday became the latest NFL team to allow season ticketholders to delay payment, telling fans they could delay at least a month to pay. With the Falcons, 50 percent of NFL teams have now delayed season ticket and personal seat license payments, while many of the others say they will respond favorably to customers who call asking for more time, according to a survey of the 32 teams. The league thus far has not issued guidance or a protocol for handling ticket payments due in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic that has sparked lockdowns and mass business closures, causing millions to lose their jobs and predictions of a harsh recession. However, a league source said the NFL may issue a memo as soon as this week on the subject. While the NFL is not in-season and has been spared the financial losses tied to postponed games like many other leagues and sports, springtime is a meaty part of the business cycle for football when season ticket… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR [12up] – Vikings Trading for Trent Williams Could Save Their Disastrous Offseason [USA Today: Falcons Wire] – When to watch some of the NFL's greatest games on ESPN and FOX during the pandemic [USA Today: Redskins Wire] – Former Redskins coach Greg Manusky lands college job as quality control assistant [USA Today: Redskins Wire] – What are the chances Kyle Allen wins QB1 job over Dwayne Haskins? [USA Today: Redskins Wire] – Austin Hooper said free agency decision came down to Browns or Redskins [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – Has Logan Thomas finally found the right spot? [Sportsnaut] – Washington Redskins 2020 draft: Seven-round mock draft [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – Redskins: Five prospects worth trading into the second round for Washington Redskins 2020: Seven-round mock draft [NBC Sports Washington] – Austin Hooper on free agency: 'It really came down to Cleveland and Washington' Beltway March Madness: Sweet 16 set in race for top athlete from area pro teams [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – All aTwitter: 28 March 2020 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.