What time does 2019 NFL Draft start today? Live TV coverage, schedule for Saturday’s Rounds 4-7

first_imgSN’s NFL DRAFT HQ:Day 2 winners & losers | Best available | Pick trackerEven more than in the past, there will be wall-to-wall broadcast coverage of the happenings during all seven rounds from Thursday to Saturday.Wondering how you are going to tune into the NFL Draft? Here’s everything to know, including start times and the full TV schedule for Rounds 1-7 and how to live-stream all the draft action online. What time does the NFL Draft start?Dates: April 25-27Day 3 start time: Noon ETTV channels: ABC | ESPN | NFL NetworkStream: ESPN app | NFL app | fuboTV (7-day trial)MORE: Watching in Canada? Join DAZN to watch Rounds 1-7TV schedule for Rounds 1-7RoundDateTime (ET)Time per pickRound 1Thursday, April 258 p.m.10 minRound 2Friday, April 26.7 p.m.7 minRound 3Friday, April 26—7 minRound 4Saturday, April 27Noon5 minRound 5Saturday, April 27—5 minRound 6Saturday, April 27—5 minRound 7Saturday, April 27—4 minLIVE: Track every pick made during the 2019 NFL DraftHow to watch, live stream the 2019 NFL DraftU.S. TV coverageThe first round of the NFL Draft will start at 7 p.m. on Friday. Three networks (ABC, ESPN, NFL Network) will air all seven rounds of the NFL Draft. This is the first year ABC will air the NFL Draft in its entirety. All seven rounds will be live on broadcast TV for the second consecutive year.You can live stream the NFL Draft through both the ESPN and NFL apps or by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial. RoundDayStart timeTV channelsRound 1Thursday8 p.m. ETABC, ESPN, NFL Network, fuboTVRounds 2-3Friday7 p.m. ETABC, ESPN, NFL Network, fuboTVRounds 4-7SaturdayNoon ETABC, ESPN, NFL Network, fuboTVCanadian TV coverageYou can watch a stream of all seven rounds of the NFL Draft both live and on-demand with DAZN. Sign up here for a one-month free trial of DAZN.2019 NFL Draft orderPickTeam1Arizona Cardinals2San Francisco 49ers3New York Jets4Oakland Raiders5Tampa Bay Buccaneers6New York Giants7Jacksonville Jaguars8Detroit Lions9Buffalo Bills10Denver Broncos11Cincinnati Bengals12Green Bay Packers13Miami Dolphins14Atlanta Falcons15Washington Redskins16Carolina Panthers17Cleveland Browns18Minnesota Vikings19Tennessee Titans20Pittsburgh Steelers21Seattle Seahawks22Baltimore Ravens23Houston Texans24Oakland Raiders (via Chicago)25Philadelphia Eagles26Indianapolis Colts27Oakland Raiders (via Dallas)28Los Angeles Chargers29Seattle Seahawks (via Kansas City)30Green Bay Packers (via New Orleans)31Los Angeles Rams32New England PatriotsYou can find the complete 254-pick draft order here.Latest 2019 NFL Draft news & more from SN— Former NFL GM and SN contributor Jeff Diamond explains why the Cardinals would be best-served to trade their No. 1 overall pick.— Kentucky’s Josh Allen, a projected top-five pick, explains to SN’s Bill Bender why teams that pass on him will regret it.— Sports came natural to Drew Lock. Other childhood tasks? Not so much. His mom shares stories with SN about the Missouri QB’s upbringing.— SN’s Bill Bender made the case for the Bengals drafting Dwayne Haskins and keeping up with the times in the AFC North.— SN profiled Michigan State safety prospect Khari Willis, who cheated death as an infant and has found a purpose beyond football.— A report suggested the Raiders likely will not draft a replacement for Derek Carr in the first round.— SN profiled Jeff Allison, a linebacker prospect out of Fresno State, whose reaching the NFL will come after years of unspeakable tragedy.— SN projected a draft plan for the Dolphins, who are entering a new era with Brian Flores as head coach.— SN profiled Alabama pass-rush prospect Christian Miller, who is somehow good at everything he tries.— SN projected a draft plan for the Browns, who lost their first-round pick in the Odell Beckham Jr. trade.— Dwayne Haskins wore a No. 7 John Elway jersey to his visit with the Broncos, who have the No. 10 overall pick in the draft. — SN projected a draft plan for the Cowboys, who have up their first-round pick in the Amari Cooper trade.— SN’s Vinnie Iyer projected a draft plan for the Raiders, who have a whopping three first-round picks.— SN contributor Bill Huber profiled Mitch Wishnowksy, the punter from Utah who is expected to be drafted and will become next in a line of Australian punters who are changing the NFL. The NFL season is still a ways out, but the 2019 NFL Draft can provide that much-needed football fix during the long layover. Soon, we will find out where big names like Dwayne Haskins, Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa and Ed Oliver will wind up.This is the first year that the NFL Draft will take place in Nashville, Tenn. Several events will accompany the draft, including a free music series featuring Nashville-based artists. The NFL Draft sites continues to shift, as Chicago, Philadelphia and Dallas had hosted the previous three.last_img