The NFL has implemented a policy that limits what fans bring into the stadium.
The changes impact fans headed to Saturday's Dallas Cowboys first home preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The policy limits the size and type of bags.
"Any bag that you're bringing in the largest size it can be is 12" by 12" by 6." It has to be of clear construction so clear vinyl or PVC or plastic so we can see the contents inside. That way we, security and staff, can just look very quickly and see that your not bringing anything that might be a threat," said Director of Stadium Security Paul Turner.
Clear, gallon-sized, resealable storage bags are allowed. For the ladies, small clutch purses are okay as long as they are the size of your hand.
"We hope that this will not only reduce the amount of things people are bringing into the stadium but will help speed up the lines and get people into the stadium much faster," said Turner.
Other items you'll have to take back to your car include back packs, coolers, brief cases, any bag large than 12" by 6", fanny packs, seat cushions, computers or camera bags.
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