The NFL has not yet ruled out the possibility of allowing teams to hold their Draft Day operations at their facilities.

The league said in a memo to all 32 teams Thursday that one of the options it still is considering is “to not mandate” club personnel shift to alternate off-site locations for the draft, ESPN reported.

“If it is decided that it is both safe and legally compliant, clubs will be permitted to draft at their own facility,” the league wrote in the memo. “A club may still decide to operate its draft from an off-site location…provided that such activity is permissible by law and in compliance with the mandatory guidelines issued by (NFL chief medical officer) Dr. (Allen) Sills.”

The league said it will base its decision on recommendations from both Dr. Sills and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If the decision is made to require all team personnel to shift operations to personal residences, no club will be allowed to operate from either club facilities or off-site locations.

New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton said Wednesday that they already have plans to stage their draft war room at the Dixie Brewery, which is owned by team owner Gayle Benson. Payton said he, GM Mickey Loomis and assistant GM Jeff Ireland would be spread out in one room with several scouts joining the discussion via Skype.

More than 50 prospects also have been invited by the NFL to participate in the live broadcast of the draft — which is still scheduled for April 23-25 — via social media and video conference.

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