NFL Draft in Vegas to go on as Planned Despite Coronavirus

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Don Shapiro
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The Coronavirus won't be getting in the way of this year's NFL Draft in Las Vegas, at least not yet. The league told KSNV in Vegas that their “plans remain in place.”  The league also added that they’re in “contact with the World Health Organization, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the NFL-NFLPA’s medical experts at the Duke Infection Control Outreach Network.”

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The Las Vegas Convention and Visitor's Authority recently approved a $2.4 million budget for the upcoming draft, which is set for April 23-25.

Here were your NFL Draft odds as of March 11

Joe Burrow   12/1
Chase Young   6/1
Andrew Thomas    14/1
Justin Herbert    16/1
Tua Tagovailoa   22/1
Jeffrey Okudah    35/1
Jacob Eason    35/1
Jake Fromm    35/1
CeeDee Lamb    50/1
Jerry Jeudy    66/1
Jordan Love    80/1

- Don Shapiro,

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