The Detroit Lions announced on Friday that they are canceling all of the three-game season ticket packages for the month of November due to the most recent executive order issued by Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer.

The Lions are set to play the Indianapolis Colts on November 1st, Washington on November 15th, and the Houston Texans on November 26th (Thanksgiving Day) all at Ford Field.

The most recent executive order, taking effect on October 9th, restricts attendance for indoor venues in the state of Michigan to 500 people.

The Lions say they will sell single-game tickets to customers if there are any additional orders opening up attendance restrictions.

The Lions host the New Orleans Saints this Sunday at Ford Field (without fans), you can hear it on The Game 730 AM WVFN beginning with the network pregame at 11am.

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