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2020 NFL Draft: TV schedule, channels, dates, live stream, Day 1 draft order

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It’s time for this year’s NFL Draft! Because of the coronavirus pandemic, there will be no massive crowds, there is no “host city,” there will still be a draft but conducted virtually. There shouldn’t be any drama as far as the top two picks — Joe Burrow and Chase Young respectively — but everything else is up in the air and this may be an unusual draft in more ways than one.

The Seattle Seahawks have the 27th overall pick and seven draft picks overall, but we know they’ll inevitably make some trades and won’t stay at those positions. EDGE rusher is the biggest question mark, but not necessarily the position the Seahawks will draft first. If they draft a running back early, though? Welp.

Here are all the details you need on watching the NFL Draft over the next three days, including TV schedules, start times, and more.

Day 1: Round 1

When: Thursday, April 23rd at 5 PM PT

TV channels: NFL Network, ABC, ESPN, ESPN Deportes

Live stream: FuboTV, YoutubeTV, Sling, WatchESPN

Seahawks’ picks: 27th

Day 2: Rounds 2-3

When: Friday, April 24th at 4 PM PT

TV channels: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network, ESPN Deportes

Live stream: FuboTV, YoutubeTV, Sling, WatchESPN

Seahawks’ picks: 59th (2nd), 64th (2nd)

Day 3: Rounds 4-7

When: Saturday, April 25th at 9 AM PT

TV channels: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network, ESPN Deportes

Live stream: FuboTV, YoutubeTV, Sling, WatchESPN

Seahawks’ picks: 133rd (4th), 144th (4th), 214th (6th)

Round 1 Draft Order

  1. Cincinnati Bengals
  2. Washington
  3. Detroit Lions
  4. New York Giants
  5. Miami Dolphins
  6. Los Angeles Chargers
  7. Carolina Panthers
  8. Arizona Cardinals
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars
  10. Cleveland Browns
  11. New York Jets
  12. Las Vegas Raiders
  13. San Francisco 49ers (from Indianapolis Colts)
  14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  15. Denver Broncos
  16. Atlanta Falcons
  17. Dallas Cowboys
  18. Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh Steelers)
  19. Las Vegas Raiders (from Chicago Bears)
  20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams)
  21. Philadelphia Eagles
  22. Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo Bills)
  23. New England Patriots
  24. New Orleans Saints
  25. Minnesota Vikings
  26. Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans)
  27. Seattle Seahawks
  28. Baltimore Ravens
  29. Tennessee Titans
  30. Green Bay Packers
  31. San Francisco 49ers (lost the Super Bowl)
  32. Kansas City Chiefs (beat the 49ers in the Super Bowl)