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getty The Seattle Seahawks will have police officers pose as fans of the San Francisco 49ers during Sunday nights game between the two teams. Seattle announced the plan Wednesday saying it was to create a safe environment for all fans attending the game. Staff will stop unruly behavior, foul language and verbal or physical harassment of opposing team fans. The plan will start with Sunday’s game against San Francisco but will stay in place all season according to Associated Press reports. EYE WAGER: Kaepernick, Wilson bet eyebrow on game “We have great fans,” Seahawks president Peter McLoughlin said in a statement. “Our goal is to ensure a safe environment for all in attendance, including visiting team fans.” Any fans asked to leave for violations of fan conduct will have to complete a four-hour online educational course at their own cost before they will be cleared to attend events at the stadium again.
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In an effort to weed out unruly fans, the Seattle Seahawks say they will have undercover police officers wearing opposing team apparel beginning with Sunday night's highly anticipated matchup against the San Francisco 49ers.
The Seahawks announced the plan Wednesday, saying the goal is to ensure a safe environment for all fans, including those supporting the visiting team.
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The NFL has made great strides in recent years to lure fans away from their couches, back into stadiums. The one area that this effort has been slow-moving has been actually in the stands of pro football games. The Seattle Seahawks, in an effort to ensure safety as well as a positive atmosphere, are looking to take a step in the right direction against the 49ers.
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