Going Off The Grid: Panelists Talk Memorable NFL Draft Moments
"Going Off The Grid" is a weekly survey of sports execs and personalities offering their thoughts on a handful of pressing (and trivial) issues in sports and pop culture. This week, our panelists discuss their most memorable NFL Draft moments and sports venues they still need to visit.
- NHRA VP, Exec Producer & Chief Content Officer Ken Adelson
-- Is interested in how social media brings the world closer together.
- NYCFC VP/Ticket Sales & Fan Services Mike Quarino
-- Loves watching "Seinfeld."
- Learfield VP/Talent Acquisition & Multi-Media Rights Megan Eisenhard
-- Relies on her colleagues to keep her knowledgeable on pop culture.
|Going Off The Grid|
|Sports venue still on your bucket list
||Most memorable NFL Draft moment?||What will you do on May 29 when Starbucks isn't open?||The NFL moving primetime games earlier is _____||NBA or NHL playoffs?|
|Lambeau Field||1965 when the Cardinals drafted Joe Namath but couldn't sign him. The rest is history||Go to Dunkin' Donuts||Rough on west coast viewers||NBA|
|Wrigley Field||When fellow Trenton, N.J., native Troy Vincent got drafted by my childhood team -- the Dolphins||Double up on coffee at home in the morning||Smart||Stanley Cup Playoffs|
|Winthrop Univ. to watch my niece play volleyball||Aaron Rodgers in the green room -- agonizing for Cal fans||Hit up a local coffee shop||Awesome for parents of young kiddos who are exhausted at night!||NBA|
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