NFL Considering Rotating Cities For NFL Draft

Apr 26, 2013; New York, NY, USA; New York Jets fans react when Geno Smith (West Virginia) is introduced as the number thirty-ninth overall pick to the New York Jets during the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL is considering moving the draft out of New York and moving it around to various cities (Sports Illustrated). Sure it could go back to New York, but it really would depend on what rotation Roger Goodell and the future commissioners of the league would like to do.

I think it would be an awesome thing to do. They should rotate this thing around to multiple cities. Let every city get a shot to see the future stars of the league.

It would be nice to avoid the booing from the New York crowd for a change. We don’t need them booing at every player and Roger Goodell.

Maybe they can even rotate to the cities with the number 1 draft pick. That city needs a little bit of football love anyway after sucking it up so bad during the regular season. Plus it would be a nice way to welcome the number 1 draft pick. Or I guess the fans can boo if they don’t agree with the selection.

Anyway, share that NFL Draft love. It sounds like an amazing idea.

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