Roger Goodell issues memo to all 32 teams as the league finalizes plans to hold 2020 NFL Draft
While it will be different than any draft in the modern era, the 2020 NFL Draft will go on as scheduled.
That’s the word from the NFL as league commissioner Roger Goodell has issued a memo to the entire NFL announcing that all team facilities will be shut down for the upcoming draft. What this means is the league is requiring all teams to hold their drafts virtually.
Following that decision, all 32 NFL teams will be partaking in the draft the same way as the league’s fans will this offseason, at home in front of the television or computer.
For any fantasy football players out there, they know exactly how the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft is going to play out for the league’s 32 franchises.
The 2020 NFL Draft is set to begin on Thursday, April 23 and end on Saturday, April 25.
Here is the memo sent out to the league, courtesy of ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter: