Jerry Jones conducted NFL Draft from his $250 million yacht
Coaches and executives took part in the 2020 NFL Draft on Thursday night from a wide variety of locations, and we’ll give you one guess as to whose was the most lavish.
While Roger Goodell was announcing draft picks from his basement and other team personnel were sorting through information in their respective home offices, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was working from his private yacht. Jones purchased the vessel for $250 million a little over a year ago.
Jerry Jones’ draft room is on his $250 million super-yacht. Now that’s a super-flex. pic.twitter.com/ZJwgrUcehX
— Don Van Natta Jr. (@DVNJr) April 24, 2020
According to a report from TMZ, Jones had the boat built in the Netherlands and named it the “Bravo Eugenia,” which is a tribute to his wife of nearly 50 years. The yacht, which can hold 14 guests and 30 crew members, has two helipads, a gym, a plunge pool and much, much more.
We thought Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury had an unbelievable setup for the draft, but Jones takes the cake. At least he wasn’t land-locked like some peasant.