Ravens, NFL Draft
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The 2020 NFL Draft is just a day away and general managers across the league are making their final preparations for the first fully-virtual draft in NFL history.

As teams work from home across the country, Baltimore Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta showed fans the at-home war room he’ll be working from.

DeCosta and the Ravens went all out to create the perfect draft room. The biggest screen is saved for the team’s draft board, allowing Baltimore’s top executive to keep track of all their favorite targets. Once a player comes off the board in the 2020 NFL Draft, it will move to another screen that features a clock for how long each team is on the clock.

The incredible at-home work station will also use a third screen for tracking each team’s draft selections. Of course, DeCosta also has an iPad, phone and landline to help him connect with his scouts, top executives and other general managers to discuss trades.

While there are admittedly still concerns general managers might have, such as complications with trading and fears of hacking, the Ravens seem to have the perfect draft station built for their general manager.

There are a few teams we’re concerned about for the virtual draft, but the Ravens aren’t one of them and this incredible at-home war room shows why.

Matt Johnson
NFL, MLB & college football writer for Sportsnaut. Graduated from San Diego State University with BA in Journalism, 2019. Grew up in Sacramento, now based in Indianapolis. Seen on MSN. Previously: eDraft, The Connection, With the First Pick