The NFL will host the draft on the Strip from April 23 to 25. Until then, the Review-Journal will post several updates on how the first round will play out.
Expenses will go toward public safety, transportation, county permits and volunteer-related costs for the April 23-25 event expected to draw more than 600,000.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority next week will consider spending $2.4 million to host the NFL Draft April 23-25 on the Strip.
With the Super Bowl over, the NFL’s attention shifts from Florida and now is fully on Las Vegas and this year’s edition of the league’s annual player draft.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is reaching out for volunteers to help with the NFL Draft on the Las Vegas Strip.
Javin White and Justin Polu are the most likely of five Rebels who may be chosen in the NFL draft.
MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment Corp. properties have the most to gain — and lose — with the closure of the Strip for portions of three days.
The 2020 NFL Draft is set to be one of the biggest events ever held in Las Vegas’ rich history, resulting in the most significant closure of Las Vegas Boulevard ever.
The Raiders’ first two selections in Las Vegas could be linebacker Isaiah Simmons and receiver Henry Ruggs.
The Raiders will select at No. 12 and No. 19 in the opening round of the draft next year in Las Vegas.