Eagles' Jackson: Players should wear mics if stadiums are empty
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Two Philadelphia Eagles teammates have an idea for the NFL if clubs end up playing games in front of empty stadiums due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Offensive tackle Lane Johnson suggested that the league should start "mic'ing up everybody" in contests without spectators, and wide receiver DeSean Jackson approved the idea.

"It's going to get crazy," Jackson said on Johnson's "Outside The Lane" podcast. "I think they should, though, bro. They should give the fans the insight to really see what goes on in between the white lines. ... I know in the trenches it gets crazy, and I know out there on the outside, it gets crazy too, the conversations we going back and forth on."

As for the prospect of playing without fans, Jackson added, "We're professionals and I think we'll all adapt to it, but it'll definitely be weird at first."

The NFL currently plans to kick off the season on schedule with fans in stands. Some teams have reopened their facilities under the first phase of the league's reopening process, which limits the building capacity to 75 employees and doesn't allow players or coaches to return yet.

Coaches will likely return to facilities next week, while teams will be allowed to reopen ticket offices and other customer-facing facilities beginning June 1.

Eagles' Jackson: Players should wear mics if stadiums are empty
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