New York – The NFL has now officially decided on a kind of home office draft and would like to use the three-day event to distribute players in American football as a donation platform.

According to the April 8 announcement, the North American professional league will use the money raised to support six non-profit organizations that are committed to fighting the coronavirus pandemic. These include the American Red Cross and facilities that provide people with food.

During the draft from April 23rd to 25th, the 32 NFL teams will select future professionals for their teams from the pool of young players. In theory, the best players go to the worst teams to have equal opportunities in the league over the years. A gigantic live spectacle was originally planned in Las Vegas. Now the trainers, scouts and managers have to work from home and are only allowed to communicate with each other via telephone and internet. The offices are closed due to the pandemic.

The NFL had recently been criticized for carrying out the draft despite the pandemic. The Draft is the second most important individual event of the NFL after the Super Bowl. The new season is scheduled to start in September.

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Kiranpreet Kaur
Staff writer at The Eastern Herald. Studied political science.