NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters on Thursday that they have narrowed the field of host cities for the 2015 NFL Draft to Chicago and Los Angeles, per Sam Farmer.
There has been talk that NFL could take the draft on the road and host in multiple cities given the level of interest in the event and the fact that Radio City Music reportedly informed the league that they do not have openings in April or May of next year.
Other cities reported to have interest include: New York, Dallas, Houston, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Green Bay and Boston.
The league was reportedly considering two potential dates, which would either be April 22-25 or April 29-May 2 for the event.
The idea of the draft being hosted in separate cities has come up in previous months, so we’ll have to see which way they elect to go.
We’ll have more regarding this topic as the news is available.