Tua Tagovailoa has looked like a top draft pick. But after dislocating his hip in November, teams will have to weigh the risk of selecting him early in the first round.
It would be ideal for the Raiders if none of the elite tier of receivers are gone, but Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb is more than a consolation prize.
NFL draft could be coming to Las Vegas, and Raiders owner Mark Davis would welcome it with open arms
Pro day cancellations because of the novel coronavirus have forced NFL prospect Ikem Okeke, a safety from Hawaii who played at Bishop Gorman High School, to get creative.
The former Oregon standout has learned to be the kind of vocal leader NFL teams are looking for to lead their franchise.
The total number of quarterbacks taken in the first round is four at Caesars Palace, with the over a -140 favorite.
Less than a month from the draft, the Miami Dolphins are the favorites at Caesars Entertainment and William Hill to select former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.
While public events were already canceled, the NFL draft will not have a presence in Las Vegas this year, a source confirmed to the Review-Journal.
The global pandemic that is the coronavirus has gripped Southern Nevada in a most relentless manner, its harsh realities being felt from one side of town to the next.
Rates for hotel rooms during the upcoming NFL draft were already sliding last week as Las Vegas and other cities shut down to contain the spreading coronavirus.