This is the latest plan to appease fans significantly delayed in gaining pregame access to their seats because of unsafe conditions for temporary seats at Cowboys Stadium.
The plan, released Thursday, is separate from the one announced Tuesday by Commissioner Roger Goodell for the 400 fans who were denied seats. Those fans were taken to standing-room-only areas or spots without a view of the field.
Goodell has initiated a complete review of the matter, including all seating and stadium entrance issues. There were 13,000 temporary seats installed at Cowboys Stadium. The Arlington Fire Marshall inspected and cleared for use 11,740 of those seats.
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press