The ​NFL draft is finally on the horizon. With NFL free agency primarily at a standstill, this will provide a much-needed football jolt into our lives.


This year's draft will be held at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas or as commonly referred to as Jerry's World. The Cowboys organization is expecting record attendance for the three-day event taking place April 26-28.

The Cowboys have created what they call an "end zone theater" experience for the viewing of the selection process. The area will allow for 25,000 fans to attend the draft inside the stadium. Outside of the stadium will provide draft attendees with a festival-type atmosphere. Over the three-days, 90,000 people are expected to in attendance each day.


​The Cowboys have their work cut out for them as last years draft in Philadelphia was met with rave reviews.

The division rival Eagles really set the bar high last season breaking the all-time draft attendance record drawing 250,000 fans. Jerry Jones' Cowboys couldn't keep up with the Philadelphia Eagles on the football field, will he be able to at least keep up in the NFL draft hos department?