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What Rise In Coronavirus Cases Means For Football And 2021 NFL Draft

Amid the uncertainty of what the Coronavirus holds, we'd be remiss if we didn't take a closer look at football. The 2021 NFL Draft is scheduled for April 29th in Cleveland, Ohio. As it stands, cases of the virus are rising across the United States. Should the situation get worse, what happens to student athletes that are eligible for the 2021 NFL Draft? Rise In Cases Amongst Student Athletes The NCAA has begun allowing student athletes to return to school to begin voluntary workouts. As a result, players at several prominent schools around the country have tested positive for...

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