The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way a lot of things are being done. And that has absolutely leaked into sports for the Miami Dolphins.

So far, the NFL is one of the few leagues that has not been hurt too bad by the pandemic in relative terms. While they have had to change a few things around, the season has yet to see anything major.

It looks like they might not be having fans (or at least definitely not full capacity). So far, that's the biggest difference.

However, some teams seem to believe they will be allowing fans. So as of right now, it's sort of on a team-by-team basis.

We now know what the Dolphins are doing about that. It appears the team will be preventing fans from viewing their training camp and attending their preseasons games.

Per Josh Alper in ProFootballTalk:

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“Things are changing week to week and we are still more than two months away from our first scheduled regular season home game so we’ll wait and work with local authorities and make the determination about fans or no fans based on the data as we get closer; with the first priority continuing to be everyone’s health and preventing any spread of the virus,” [Dolphins CEO Tom] Garfinkel said in a statement. “We’re ready for any scenario and feel very good about the diligence and attention to detail that has gone into creating the safest environment we can if we are able to have fans on September 20th.”

Miami says that they understand things are changing week to week. And they are still more than two months away from their first scheduled home game in the regular season. That might be even more of a reason for them to prevent fans from attending training camp and the preseason, though.

Keeping fans away for longer, gives the Dolphins a better chance of not having any sort of outbreak. A crazy outbreak could prevent the entire season from happening. Due to that, it's easy to see their rationale here.

Would fans rather get to see training camp, and some preseason games, risk their chance at a regular season? Or would they rather have to stay home for those much less meaningful events, and get to see the regular season play out?

The choice seems like a no-brainer.