Ever since the NFL Draft started moving locations at the start of 2015, cities have bid on this event with almost similarity to the Super Bowl. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported on Wednesday that the draft will head to Cleveland in 2021, and Kansas City in 2023.

Next year’s draft in 2020 is already set to take place in Las Vegas. This will be the first time for each of these cities to have the chance to host the NFL Draft. It’s still uncertain where the 2022 draft is going to take place, but Rapoport expects it to be in a big city.

Some minor changes are coming to the NFL Combine as well. While it will continue to be held in Indianapolis until at least 2021, they will now get primetime airing in 2020 to get more eyes on the showcase for future NFL players.

Many scouts and analysts had hoped for the Combine to stay in Indianapolis, citing a good location for teams from all across the country to travel to, along with the ability to get everywhere quickly in a smaller city.

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  1. Let’s not kid ourselves… “big city” = Los Angeles.

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  2. I know that people who are prone to gamble can do it anywhere in the country. Putting an NFL team in Vegas is a crazy idea. You have 63 young players in the gambling Mecca of America. Has anything been done to address potential problems that could arise?

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  3. Really wish they stopped trying to make such a show of it, the draft and combine don’t need to be gimmicky.

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