NFL Draft 2017: No arrests made, Philadelphia police say

A police spokesman confirmed that in addition to zero arrests, there wasn't even a single citation issued in relation to the draft.

The NFL Draft came and left Philadelphia without so much as a single ticket.

Despite the presence of an estimated 250,000 fans, there were no arrests made during the three-day event, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Monday.

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A police spokesman told the Inquirer that in addition to zero arrests, there wasn't even a single citation issued over the weekend in relation to the draft. According to the report, last year's draft in Chicago resulted in 17 arrests for protesting various issues and blocking traffic.

The only apparent disruption in Philadelphia came from former Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson, who trolled Eagles fans by announcing Dallas' second-round selection "on behalf of the five-time world champions" to a chorus of boos from the crowd.

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