This year’s NFL Draft was supposed to be one of the most elaborate productions in NFL history.
It was going to take place on the glitzy Las Vegas strip with thousands of fans in attendance, and the league was going to ferry players via boat to a stage on the Bellagio fountain.
The coronavirus quickly changed all that: No more Las Vegas, no more live audience, and no more boats.
But that doesn’t mean that this weekend’s draft will be any less complex to produce.
In fact, it may even be more complicated.
The NFL commissioner will be stationed in his basement, which he was kind enough to show off.
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