However, the Plain Dealer reports that Canton is a longshot, as the league has asked New York, Chicago and Los Angeles for more detailed plans.
The draft would bring the NFL's biggest offseason event to the town that hosts the second-biggest event, the Hall of Fame induction.
However, since the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductions take place in New York instead of Cleveland, don't be surprised if Canton gets snubbed in favor of a larger city.
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