In the wake of the horrible incident at the Boston Marathon on Monday afternoon, sports leagues around the country are looking to improve their security measures to ensure the safety of fans and observers that come to their events. The NFL is doing their best effort to “review and enhance” security measures at Radio City Music Hall for next week’s 2013 NFL Draft.
“The NFL and its clubs have operated with a very high level of security since 9/11 for all of our games and events,” NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said, via Pro Football Talk. “For next week’s NFL Draft, we will review and enhance our already comprehensive security plans with the NYPD, Radio City and our private security partners. We will advise the public more specifically next week prior to the Draft.”
With the combined efforts of the NFL and New York authorities, fans should feel safe attending the big event in New York City. There is plenty of time to prepare and enhance security for the event, and New York’s finest will do their best to make sure everyone in attendance is in good hands.