NFL Draft 2021 will be in person and have fans in attendance
Cleveland- On Monday, the NFL announced that they were going to have the NFL Draft in person and will allow fans to attend.
Selected NFL Draftees will take the stage April 29- May 1, as live fans and members of the media will capture enjoyable moments. Other prospects who will not be attending the draft on site, will be recognized virtually.
To further the NFL's efforts in promoting the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine when available, and consistent with guidance from the CDC, fans selected to sit in the "Inner Circle" must be fully vaccinated.
Fans who want to attend the NFL experience will have to register through NFL OnePass app, which will be available for download the week of March 29.
"Cleveland welcomes the 2021 NFL Draft to our city," said MAYOR FRANK G. JACKSON. "Residents and visitors from around the world will experience Cleveland's hospitality and see why our city continues to be a destination of choice for large-scale events. We look forward to working with the Cleveland Browns, the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, the NFL and our other partners to execute a safe, successful event in accordance with health and safety guidelines."