The coronavirus crisis drove most NFL draft war rooms into home basements, man caves and makeshift offices in accordance with social distancing measures -- but at least one of the league's billionaire owners opted for something a touch more opulent.
Longtime Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, always the showman, reportedly conducted his draft from the safety of his $250 million super-yacht.
Jones was shown sitting on a large white couch in a spacious room during the early stages of ESPN's broadcast of Round 1 on Thursday night, fueling speculation about his location.
ESPN reporter Don Van Atta later confirmed Jones was on his pricey vessel.
TMZ Sports reported in January 2019 that Jones had recently purchased a 357-foot mega-yacht, replete with two helipads, a steam room, pool and gym, and dubbed it "Bravo Eugenia" after his wife, Gene Jones.
The yacht was built in the Netherlands and delivered to Jones ahead of Christmas 2018, the report said.
All in all, it was a pretty good night for Jerry and America's Team. They earned high marks for snagging Oklahoma stud wide receiver CeeDee Lamb after he fell to the 17th pick -- and Jones got to enjoy it all from the comfort of his big boat.
Jones also rolled up to Super Bowl LIV in February aboard the the Eugenia.