NFL draft 2021: Los Angeles Rams draft house has portrait of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell

The Los Angeles Rams did not have a first-round pick in the 2021 NFL draft, but they've got a draft house, and it has artwork.

The Rams didn't make their first pick until Friday night, but their draft HQ is exquisite and, apparently, decorated with a portrait of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

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The regal work, perhaps an oil painting, has a place of honor. Like the "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre, the painting of Goodell hangs all alone on a wall in what appears to be Rams coach Sean McVay's draft room.

"It looks good, it's a good picture," McVay said. "I don't know. I did not choose it, but I did like the picture."

The draft house, a 9,000-square foot mansion in Malibu, California, has an infinity pool and views of the Pacific Ocean.