The draft is, of course, now a three-day opportunity for grown men in jerseys, in a large cold Northern city, deprived of decent college football, to boo Roger Goodell. This year, that privilege belongs to the notoriously laid back bunch in Philadelphia.
Alabama is expected to drop a dozen guys in the big leagues by Sunday when the UDFAs come down the pipe, with as many as seven (most project five) players selected in the First Round.
Date & Time:
Thursday 7:00 Central (Round One)
Friday 6:00 Central (Rounds 2 & 3)
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Central (Rounds 4-7)
How to Watch:
There are only two outlets insane enough to do this, ESPN and the NFL Network. You can watch live on both networks, where Trey Wingo will be taking over for Chris Berman as the lead anchor for this year’s draft.
Both networks are also streaming the event live online
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