By John Sigler | Saints Wire
The NFL’s decision to force teams to conduct the 2020 draft from home has raised anxiety and issues all around the league, but some of the more tech-savvy franchises have embraced the opportunity to innovate and help their personnel work more closely together.
Peter King of NBC Sports explained how the New Orleans Saints are one such outfit relying hard on teleconference technology to organize their war room ahead of this year’s draft:
Full Story - Saints Wire - USA TodayEach team will have choices, but I talked to five over the weekend about the mechanics of it. The Saints, for instance, will have two videconferences working simultaneously. One will have GM Mickey Loomis, coach Sean Payton, assistant GM/college scouting director Jeff Ireland and VP/football administration Khai Hartley; the other will have those four people plus every scout.