Two unidentified fans escaped serious injuries when the barrier they were leaning on gave way after the end of the Colts-Raiders game at Lucas Field in Indianapolis.
The barrier was just above the tunnel to the Raiders' locker room, reported the Associated Press.
Both fans sustained injuries as they fell hard on the walkway, with one leaving on a stretcher and the other in a wheelchair.
Executive director of the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium Barney Levengood issued a statement hours after the game saying one of the injured was released after receiving medical attention at the stadium. The other was treated at the stadium and transported to Methodist Hospital for additional evaluation.
Officials at the stadium will gold an investigation on how the barrier failed.