Check out Les Snead’s at-home war room, which includes a ‘draft fort’

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Cameron DaSilva
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While Sean McVay and other Rams staffers hang out at the team’s 9,000-square-foot draft house in Malibu, Les Snead will be forced to operate from home for the second straight year. After Snead tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday before the first round of the draft, he was forced to isolate and operate from his home office – which is actually just his garage.

Here’s a look at his setup. There’s a lot going on, but there are some key items to point out: a massive TV, a couple of laptops, two phones, two computer monitors, a squat rack, a dartboard, a skateboard and, of course, a draft pillow fort.

It’s not lavish, but it gets the job done given the circumstances.

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For comparison, here’s Sean McVay’s war room at the Malibu draft house, which has a fireplace, multiple TVs and a magnificent view of the infinity pool overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

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