The design is set and begins with the Arizona Cardinals on the clock. Will the tiny but electric Kyler Murray be the first choice? Where do Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock and the other quarterback prospects land? What will Jon Gruden and the Oakland Raiders do with their three eliminations in the first round? Where will D.K. Metcalf and all his muscles end? Is it possible that the Cleveland Browns, after years and years of high stakes in the first round, if not the first, will not make a single choice in the first round?
These and other questions will be answered this week during the three-day spectacle, the NFL Draft. So you can watch all the picks.
When is the design?
The NFL design lasts three days. Here's the schedule:
- Round 1: Thursday, April 25, 8pm. ET
- Round 2-3: Friday, April 26th, 7pm ET
- Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 27th, 12pm. ET
What is the order of the drafts?
After the Arizona Cardinals, the San Francisco 49ers will pick, followed by the New York Jets, the Oakland Raiders and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. See the NFL Draft coverage of CBS Sports for the most up-to-date information on the order and how to select your team's points in the design.
Where is the design?
After holding the design for years at Radio City Music Hall, New York City, the design has been on the move lately. This year it will be in Nashville, Tennessee.
How can I follow the draft live?
This year, ABC will air every three days of the draft, and the same TV program will also be broadcast live on ESPN, ESPN2, and the NFL network. If you have connectedto your TV and get your local ABC station, you can watch it for free.
There is also a livestream in the WatchESPN app or the NFL Mobile app (or ESPN.com or NFL.com). One caveat: You must prove that you have a television subscription (usually from a cable or satellite provider) that includes ESPN or the NFL network to watch live in one of the two apps. If you do not have a login and still want to stay up-to-date with the draft, you should sign up for CBS Sports HQ (note that CBS owns CNET) for continuous reporting from 7pm. PT Thursday.
Cable TV cable cutters have a number of options to follow the draft through a live TV servicewhich is described below.
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Sling TV ($ 25)
Sling TV does not have ABC, but the Orange Plan for $ 25 a month includes ESPN and ESPN2, and the Blue Plan for $ 25 a month includes the NFL network , You can group the Orange and Blue plans for $ 40 to increase the drafts display options. (Plans are currently discounted by 40 percent for the first three months.)
See Sling TV
PlayStation Vue (45 USD)
The PlayStation Vue access plan for $ 45 per month includes ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2 , and his 50-month core plan adds NFL Network. You can see if a live feed from ABC is available in your area.
See PlayStation Vue
Hulu with live TV ($ 45)
Hulu with live TV costs $ 45 a month and includes ABC, ESPN and ESPN2, but no NFL network. On the welcome page, click the "See all channels in your area" link to see if you will receive a live feed of ABC in your postcode.
See Hulu with Live TV
FuboTV ($ 45)
FuboTV costs $ 45 a month and includes NFL network but not ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.
YouTube TV ($ 50)
YouTube TV costs $ 50 a month and includes ABC, ESPN and ESPN2, but not the NFL network. Insert your zip code on the welcome page to see if ABC's live feed is available in your area.
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DirecTV Now ($ 50)
DirecTV Nows basic plus of $ 50 per month The package includes ABC, ESPN and ESPN2. Neither the Plus nor the Max Plan include NFL Network. You can use the Channel Lookup Tool to find out if there is a live feed from ABC available in your place of residence.
See DirecTV Now
All the above live TV streaming services Free Trials, you can cancel at any time and require a fixed internet connection. Are you looking for more information? Take a look at our streaming service guide.
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