Standing-room tickets may be limited
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys are discussing a limit on standing-room ticket sales after some tense moments with the biggest regular-season crowd in NFL history.
Team spokesman Brett Daniels said Tuesday that some people who bought the $29 Party Pass tickets were held back while authorities tried to manage crowd dispersal Sunday night at the new Cowboys Stadium.
The record crowd of 105,121 included about 30,000 people with no assigned seats. The Cowboys lost to the New York Giants 33-31 in the first regular-season game at the $1.15 billion stadium.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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