The NFL has announced they have finalized the cities that will be hosting the NFL Draft in the years, 2021 and 2023.
The 2021 Draft has been awarded to Cleveland. The city has been buzzing since their team, the Browns, have snapped a losing streak consisted of over a season and hope to enjoy their recent success off from their new, young roster.
#NFLDraft is headed to #TheLand! #ThisisCLE @NFLDraft @CLESports pic.twitter.com/mVvu9HMGZr— DestinationCleveland (@TheCLE) May 22, 2019
The 2023 Draft has been award to Kansas City. The city has also been excited after the Chiefs finished with a 13-3 record.
Riding the arm of MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes, their promising season was cut short after losing in the AFC Championship to eventual Super Bowl champion New England in overtime.
The 2023 #NFLDraft is coming to Kansas City!@SportKC | #ChiefsKingdom pic.twitter.com/pRlHVmNPKR— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) May 22, 2019
Next year’s NFL Draft is scheduled to be in Las Vegas, which will be the city that will be the new home to the now-Oakland Raiders.
The location of the 2022 NFL Draft has yet to be determined.