The NFL draft has been in Chicago for only two years and it seems like the league is looking at moving it yet again for 2017. Our friends at Bleeding Green Nation posted this morning that there may be a good possibility the draft heads to Philadelphia in 2017. This comes from a conversation between mayor Mike Kenny and U.S. representative Bob Brady:
Keep in mind, nothing has been made official as of yet.
The thing that makes all of this rather amusing is that due to the massive capital Philadelphia gave up to get Carson Wentz at #2 in the 2016 draft, they don't have a first round pick in 2017.
The NFL Draft was held in New York's radio city Music hall from 2006 to 2015. For the last two years it has been held in Chicago's' auditorium theater. It appears that they are going to move it again, but where it definitely still up in the air.