“The NFL announced Saturday that it will have ‘an increased security and law enforcement presence’ at games this weekend,” espn.co.uk reports, “a response to terrorist attacks in Paris that included explosions outside France’s national soccer stadium. The league said in a statement that it has been in communication with the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI since Friday’s attacks and ‘that there are no known threats against NFL stadiums.'” The article makes no mention of the NFL’s ban on concealed carry, so we can assume that it remains unchanged. Not that it concealed carry would do much good if . .
terrorists attacked in the same manner as they did in Paris.
The Wall Street Journal reports that a terrorist tried to enter Paris’ Stade de France during the France v Germany soccer match. Although the terrorist had a ticket, security “turned him away” wen they discovered he was wearing an explosive vest. He detonated the vest while fleeing security.