The NFL's first ever virtual draft is only 10 days away. That's 10 days for NFL coaches to find some more time to complain, log onto their computers, and figure out how to make draft announcements while only showing the tops of their foreheads. There's time for it all. 

The draft will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC. On Monday morning, more details emerged about what the format may look like

- ESPN will broadcast the event from its headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. It'll be hosted by Trey Wingo alongside Mel Kiper, Louis Riddick and Booger McFarland. NFL Network's Rich Eisen, Daniel Jeremiah, Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner will also participate remotely. 

- On ABC, the Thursday and Friday night broadcasts will feature Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer, Maria Taylor, Todd McShay and Kirk Herbstreit. 

- Roger Goodell will announce the picks from his basement. 

- Throughout the entire event, the NFL will host a telethon to help raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts. 

Get ready to get weird. Hopefully it plays better than ESPN's HORSE competition.

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