The NFL has a league calendar that works for it, and it wants to stick to it. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

College football is intending to play a season this fall, but there has been some talk of delaying the season to the spring if necessary. One possible issue with delaying the season is a conflict with the NFL Draft, which takes place in late April.

According to USA Today’s Dan Wolken, based on college football’s inquiries, the NFL has no interest in moving its draft.

The NFL did not make tweaks to its league calendar when it came to free agency and the draft earlier this year despite some desires to do so, so it’s not too surprising that it wouldn’t be interested in making this sort of change.

The NFL has a league calendar that works for it, and it wants to stick to it.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.



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