Roger Goodell Reveals How The Bears Will Conduct Their Draft.

Published April 6, 2020 at 2:48 PM

While sports teams across the world have pretty much shut down for business, the NFL continues to roll on. We saw NFL free agency happen without any major problems besides some complications regarding physicals however the league now moves forward with the upcoming NFL Draft. There's been some complications here as well as teams can't hold private workouts and can only FaceTime a certain amount of prospects per week as decided by the NFL. Despite these roadblocks, the NFL Draft will happen and it will happen virtually. Some teams were hoping to be able to use their NFL facilities including Chicago Bears' GM Ryan Pace, however Commissioner Roger Goodell has just told teams their facilities will be forced to remain shut. That means the Bears won't be able to organize at Halas Hall and everybody will have to work from home. "All Clubs will not have access to their facilities, which is contrary to the fundamental equity principle that all clubs operate in a consistent and fair way."
While Pace accepts the Commissioners decision, he admits it won't be easy "There would be some challenges with that,".

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