Given that the nation remains in a pandemic, the NFL is more than satisfied with being able to attract 160,000 fans to the draft in Cleveland last week.
While those numbers pale in comparison to what the three-day draft drew in previous years in Nashville and Philadelphia, they also reflect the necessary health and safety protocols the league observed. “We hit 160,000 across the three days,” Peter O'Reilly, the NFL's NFL executive vice president of club business and league events, said Tuesday. "We hit some rough weather on Thursday night but the crowd experience built.
It's a testament to Browns fans and Cleveland overall. Of course the numbers are less than if we were fully beyond the pandemic, but to put it in context, it's more than inRead more on clickorlando.com