NFL Draft 2020: Commissioner Roger Goodell gives tour of home man cave


NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is accustomed to hearing boos when his name is announced at the start of the NFL draft each year.

The boos surely will rain down per usual this year, but Goodell is unlikely to hear them.

Yes, the 2020 NFL Draft will be a bit different because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. All prospects will be situated at home, as will most team personnel. The same goes for Goodell, who will announce the picks from his very own "man cave."

So, what does an NFL commissioner's man cave look like, you might be wondering? Shortly before the start of Thursday's first round, Goodell gave a video tour:

Well, it certainly looks like a cozy place to watch football. Lots of insulation.

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He might need it, just not as much as usual.


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