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The Dallas Cowboys quick to show desire to win NFL Draft

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The Dallas Cowboys have already raced into the lead in the bid to host next years NFL Draft even though the idea of moving has not even been made yet.

The Cowboys executive Vice President Stephen Jones has expressed his desire to bring the annual recruiting spectacular to the AT&T Stadium.

The Draft takes place each year in New York, as is tradition but could it be possible for the event to move to some bigger and varied locations?

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been speaking on the possibility and said: "We're looking at a lot of options with respect to the draft to create even more excitement around the draft, maybe even expanding the number of days in which we have the draft,"

Goodell speculated about a possible bidding process similar to that held each year for the right to host the Super Bowl.

Perhaps the Draft could move to a new location every year or it could move to several new locations every year.

The whole concept is right now just an idea but Dallas have certainly shown their eagerness and it shouldn't be long until other NFL franchises join the queue.

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