Commissioner Roger Goodell informed all 32 NFL clubs that the 2020 NFL Draft would proceed in a fully virtual format in a memo sent out Monday obtained by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.
League and club facilities are set to remain closed indefinitely, to ensure the NFL is in compliance with current regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and therefore clubs were advised to prepare to conduct the draft outside of their facilities.
Team personnel were furthermore advised to be in separate locations, using phone and the internet to communicateTeam personnel were furthermore advised to be in separate locations, using phone and the internet to communicate.
Now reports are coming in that some coaches are a little weary about the draft being virtual.
Specifically about hackers coming in and screwing with the draft.
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