Despite urgings from the general manager subcommittee, the NFL plans to stick with its original April 23-25 schedule for the 2020 draft.
General managers are concerned there will not be enough time for player physicals, psychological testing and some teams having to conduct the draft from home.
The league still has time to make further and final decisions, but the consensus among owners and the league office is for the draft to go on as scheduled.
"I think a lot of owners aren't sold on keeping it on schedule," one league source said. "Of course the power owners are calling the shots. Plus, add to the fact that April is going to be the toughest month with this virus. It's really a poor look."