The Ringer’s Riley McAtee and Rodger Sherman break down all of the weirdness that could happen in the first-ever remote NFL draft, including QB Justin Herbert’s late surge to get drafted before Tua Tagovailoa, how the Giants will screw it up, technological mishaps, Roger Goodell on Zoom, the league sending prospects hats from all 32 teams, and more.
1,800 Hats, IT Guys in Winnebagos, Herbert Over Tua, and More Weirdness That Will Be the 2020 NFL Draft
All that and more leading up to the NFL’s Zoom draft
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