NO MAJOR HANGUPS IN NFL'S MOCK DRAFT HEADING TO REAL THING

AppleMagazine|April 24, 2020

NO MAJOR HANGUPS IN NFL'S MOCK DRAFT HEADING TO REAL THING
The NFL’s practice draft this week to test technology and communications for the real thing beginning Thursday night had no major hangups.


There were some technical glitches at the outset when the Cincinnati Bengals were making the first selection, and at various spots, several people involved in the virtual test told The Associated Press. A few of them spoke anonymously because they were not authorized to comment publicly.

Indeed, Commissioner Roger Goodell earlier this month warned team executives not to be critical of the process, nor of the league’s decision to go ahead with the draft as scheduled April 23-25.

But general managers John Lynch of the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers and John Elway of the Denver Broncos were satisfied with the proceedings.

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April 24, 2020