EUGENE — Oregon fans can get a little bit flatter now.

UO athletics is offering fans the opportunity to purchase cutouts, starting at $50 for season ticket holders, to be placed at Autzen Stadium this fall.

“As we embark on this journey together and experience a season like no other, we invite Ducks fans to fly with us all season long by purchasing their very own fan cutout,” the description of the cutouts, available via fancutouts.com, reads.

Fans can submit photos of themselves, family members or even pets that can be placed together in the stadium and will be sent photos to show where their cutouts are located.

Season ticket holders can purchase the cutouts for $50 and get “high exposure” placement in the stadium while while non-season ticket holders can purchase them for $75 and be placed in the end zone. Students can also purchase cutouts for $50 to

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The Detroit Lions announced that they are offering fans an opportunity to purchase cutouts to be displayed at Ford Field during home games with the proceeds benefiting charities.

“Though the enthusiasm and energy Lions fans bring to Ford Field on game days can’t be replaced, we are excited to offer an alternative representation of that support at home games this season,” said Detroit Lions Senior Vice President of Business Development Kelly Kozole via a team press release. “The COVID-19 pandemic has hit our region hard and this is another great opportunity to give back, and given the circumstances, have some fun with our fans.”

You can purchase individual games for $50 or

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Major League Baseball and other professional leagues worldwide have already played in empty stadiums filled with cardboard cutouts of fans.

Now, as many NFL teams continue to prepare for the emptiness of their own stadiums for at least the beginning of the regular season, the Tennessee Titans have gotten ahead of the game.

While fans won’t be able to physically attend the Titans home opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sept. 20, the franchise offered fans a chance to have their cardboard cutouts placed in the end zone sections of Nissan Stadium.

Season ticket holders will have the first opportunity to purchase cutouts at a special rate of $50, according to the memo first reported by PaulKuharsky.com on Twitter Wednesday morning. Season ticket holders are allowed a maximum of 10 cutouts per account, and all proceeds from the purchases will benefit the Tennessee Titans Foundation.

A limited time offer, fans

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