2020 NFL Draft Will Be Virtual: The Bills Will Draft Players From Their Homes
It's been unclear exactly how the NFL Draft be conducted from April 23-25 but on Monday afternoon, the NFL made that more clear to teams and fans.
According to a press release obtained by ESPN's Adam Shefter, the NFL Draft will be fully virtual. Team personnel will manage the draft from their own homes with the help of technology to communicate with one another and with the league.
Usually, the entire team is present in one central location (front office, ownership, scouts, coaches, etc.). But this year all of those people will be in their private homes.
The draft will go on as scheduled from Thursday, April 23rd through Saturday, April 25th.
The Bills traded away their first-round pick (22nd overall) to the Minnesota Vikings for all-star wide receiver Stefon Diggs. The Bills first pick will be in the second round, 54th overall.