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Many NFL fans were annoyed with the ESPN/NFL Network broadcast’s insistence on describing players’ family tragedies

The 2020 NFL Draft has seen plenty of unusual things thanks to it being conducted from the homes of everyone involved, but the technical side has largely been okay so far. However, the ESPN/NFL Network broadcast has received a lot of criticism for something in the editorial realm rather than the technical realm; their insistence on bringing up tragedies in many players’ family histories. Here are some of the many, many tweets on that: If the NFL Draft graphics from last night were for superheroes, this is what they'd look like pic. twitter. com/HTvJ3cwwVN — Fitz (@FitzGSN_) April 24, 2020 ESPN NFL Draft producers when they find out a draft pick grew up in a loving household with both parents present pic. twitter.

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