If you're heading out to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers game Friday night, you probably won't have to wait as long entering the stadium.
There are no more pat downs at Raymond James Stadium. Instead security personnel are replacing them with the popular metal detector wands to search everyone.
This will also replace the need for separate lines for males and females. Fans will need to hold anything metal in their hands so security can see it, and officials say they'll also search every bag.
This change complies with what the NFL is asking every team to do during home games.
The Bucs play the Tennessee Titans tonight, their preseason home opener. The game has been blacked out because not enough tickets were sold.
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