Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Bill Polian simplified the NFL’s draft process years ago.He studied film, relied on medical experts, checked the numbers and interviewed players.With the flurry of pro days canceled because of the new coronavirus, the Hall of Fame executive who constructed multiple Super Bowl teams during his 32-year career believes it’s time for a return to his throwback approach.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM“Really all you need, and it’s especially true in a time like today, you need the game film, the physical exam, which may be difficult to get right now, and the measurables,” he told The Associated Press. “So if a player has been to the combine, that’s all you really need. If a player hasn’t been to the combine or is from a small school, then you’ve just got to go on the game film and you’d be slightly less accurate.“And the people who haven’t done it as long as I did are probably a little discombobulated about that right now.”Younger scouts, front-office executives and even coaches find themselves coping with a whole new draft process with Americans hunkering down and


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