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Would NFL hold a draft in Cincinnati?

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Would NFL hold a draft in Cincinnati?

Would NFL hold a draft in Cincinnati?

Cincinnati is about half the size of Nashville, meaning it would likely be an even harder sell for the league.

It might take twice as much time to convince NFL officials Skyline Chili could be as much an attraction as New York City pizza.

But hey — in 2035, who knows?

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