PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There is just a “10 to 20 percent chance” that Philadelphia hosts the 2018 NFL Draft, a source tells 94WIP’s Chris Carlin.

“All of the particulars leading up to the draft that made it difficult for the league, to get situated,” Carlin said on Friday’s 94WIP Carlin & Reese Show. “And they’ve got so much demand now to have the draft somewhere else, that they feel like they’re gonna go somewhere else.”

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ESPN reported in April that Dallas has emerged as the favorite to host the 2018 NFL Draft. Earlier this week, it was reported that Dallas has put in a bid.

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“If the NFL draft doesn’t come back here, in my opinion, it’s their loss,” Carlin’s co-host and former Eagles linebacker Ike Reese said. “Other cities have to live up to the way we did the draft.”

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Philadelphia set attendance records for the NFL Draft in April with about 250,000 fans flocking to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway from Thursday to Saturday. And there were no arrests made.