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City announces road closures to prevent tailgating at Lincoln Financial Field

(Photo by Corey Perrine/Getty Images) PHILADELPHIA - The stands inside Lincoln Financial Field will be empty for the Eagles' home opener on Sunday and so will the surrounding parking lots, as city officials clamped down on tailgating to quell the spread of coronavirus.Philadelphia on Wednesday announced a series of road closures throughout the sports complex to deter fans from tailgating the Eagles afternoon matchup against the Los Angelas Rams.FULL COVERAGE: PHILADELPHIA EAGLESThe area of 7th to Broad and Packer to I-95 will be blocked to vehicular traffic from 6 a.m.

to 5 p.m. Sunday. The following will also be in effect:The city is also not allowing fans to set up shop across the street at FDR Park.

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