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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?

Adelson
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

Quarino
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

Eisenhard
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

Do you want to get your thoughts in the Grid? If so, shoot an e-mail to jcarpenter@sportsbusinessdaily.com.