Michael Klein, Staff Writer
The first ever virtual NFL draft is now over. 255 young men had their dreams realized last weekend as they were drafted into the NFL. The draft was split into three days as round one took place on April 23, rounds two and three on April 24, and rounds four through seven on April 25. Before the draft, the NFL had a test run and many problems arose, but the real draft went on without any hiccups. Fans did get to see some things we would have never seen before, like Patriots head coach Bill Belichick’s dog making a few picks for New England. Goofs and gaffs aside, it is time to break down what teams improved the most and what teams did not.
This year's free agency has been nothing but exciting. There have been trades and big signings, and I am here to break down the major deals that have gone down.
You may not have heard of her, but Ms. Rachel Spolum is already making a significant impact on her students in her short amount of time here at Oswego High School. Ms. Spolum is a history teacher here at OHS and also coaches softball for a middle school.
The XFL first started back in 2001, with Vince McMahon spearheading the league. The league tried to compete with the NFL, but the league folded after one season. Some other organizations have been attempting to compete with the NFL, most recently the AAF. The Alliance of American Football started up just last year in 2019 but went bankrupt before finishing the first season.