The NFL draft entered its third and final day with Cincinnati selecting an Appalachian State linebacker.
Commissioner Roger Goodell has insisted the sporting world needed the draft to be held on time.
Sure, it's been remote/virtual/digital; make your own choice.
But the amount of eyeballs watching has been, well, an eye-opening number.
And through Friday's third round, the accompanying telethon had raised more than $5 million for six organizations battling the coronavirus pandemic.