The facilities have already been shut down, they are simply being asked to work from home (unlike many workers, no doubt at full pay) like countless other businessesIt's a non essential business, shut it down. No need to risk a single employee from catching the virus.
Just because it's not essential doesn't mean you have to shut it down. There are plenty of businesses that aren't considered essential that can still remain open and have the staff work remotely. If the NFL can figure out a way to safely hold the draft, they should.It's a non essential business, shut it down. No need to risk a single employee from catching the virus.
I would Be disappointed ( tho not surprised) if Goodall made it pay for view.Don't see why it has to be delayed. I'm sure the NFL wants this all to blow over so when the draft comes they can make more $ via foot traffic and tickets. But if need be, no event and GMs/whoever call in the picks. They'll still get tons of viewers on TV