Kansas City NFL Draft: Bigger Than Yours

In the locker room and every other place where clandestine homoerotic American culture dominates: Life constantly comes down to a measuring contest. 

Kansas City's polite flex on football fans hinges on a girth-y stage still being erected . . .

The entire draft site includes 7.5 miles of temporary fence line, 1.5 miles of concrete barrier, more than 500 truckloads of gear, 168 total loudspeakers and subwoofers and more than 400,000 watts of sound amplification power.

Construction on the site began on March 27. At first, the staff of workers was a couple of hundred. But by the final week, it has numbered in the thousands.

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NFL reporters, analysts arrive in Kansas City for 2023 NFL Draft

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