2020 NFL Draft: Eagles' Howie Roseman gives tour of his virtual draft setup

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With the National Football League's biggest decision makers practicing social distancing, this year's virtual NFL Draft is going to take some DIY solutions from general managers.

Eagles general manager Howie Roseman is one of the more forward-thinking personnel guys in the league, and on Wednesday, just one day before the draft begins, Roseman gave fans a sneak peek into his home.

Roseman appeared on ESPN's NFL Live on Wednesday, and gave a mini virtual-tour of his screen-heavy setup:

It's looking like Roseman has:

Two connected computer monitors, a laptop, a television with a virtual pro day, a tablet, another monitor and laptop, and a television set to ESPN. That's quite a few screens!

Here's how Roseman described the setup:

Basically a live draft tracker, which is really cool. My boards, I'll have an offensive and defensive board up here right in front of me. I'll also have my computer, which is on PhiladelphiaEagles.com right now, up here. And then I've got a tape with a little mock pro day over there, so I can watch any tape right there.

And when you look back here, this is the phone sent by the league, for compliance. Back there will be a second TV, to watch [ESPN's] great draft coverage. This is where I'll be doing my press conferences, after we make our picks, right there.

Teams are running some weird setups to make sure they don't run into technological issues, and to make sure they have all necessary information available, when the draft begins Thursday night.

At least from afar, it looks like Roseman has everything he needs to make the Eagles' first-round pick.

Unlike the Giants' Dave Gettleman, who seemed to be relying on one computer and a bunch of paper:

The duality of the NFL, folks.

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