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2021 NFL Draft: TV schedule, channels, dates, live stream, Day 1 draft order, Seahawks picks

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It’s here!

The 2021 NFL Draft is upon us and unlike last year’s 100% virtual setting, this year’s edition will be in Cleveland and conducted the traditional way. We’re pretty sure that quarterbacks Trevor Lawrence and Zach Wilson will be the first two players off the board, but there’s a whole bunch of uncertainty beyond that.

The Seattle Seahawks have just three draft picks and no first-rounders until 2023, so we’re pretty much going to sit out the Thursday portion and just gaze at what the other teams are doing. We know they’ll inevitably make some trades and surely won’t have just three picks, it’s just a matter of what they do with that 56th overall pick. Seattle could use some help at cornerback, offensive line, and maybe even linebacker if K.J. Wright isn’t re-signed. Beyond that there aren’t too many glaring areas where the Seahawks are desperately needy. Besides, you know the Seahawks just about never draft for need with their first pick.

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 29th at 5 PM PT

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

Live stream: FuboTV, Hulu, YoutubeTV, Sling, WatchESPN

Radio: ESPN Radio

Seahawks’ picks: Nope

Day 2: Rounds 2-3

When: Friday, April 30th at 4 PM PT

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

Live stream: FuboTV, Hulu, YoutubeTV, Sling, WatchESPN

Seahawks’ picks: 56th (2nd)

Day 3: Rounds 4-7

When: Saturday, May 1 at 9 AM PT

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

Live stream: FuboTV, Hulu, YoutubeTV, Sling, WatchESPN

Seahawks’ picks: 129th (4th), 250th (7th)

Round 1 Draft Order

1) Jacksonville Jaguars

2) New York Jets

3) San Francisco 49ers

4) Atlanta Falcons

5) Cincinnati Bengals

6) Miami Dolphins

7) Detroit Lions

8) Carolina Panthers

9) Denver Broncos

10) Philadelphia Eagles -

11) New York Giants -

12) Dallas Cowboys -

13) Los Angeles Chargers -

14) Minnesota Vikings -

15) New England Patriots

16) Arizona Cardinals

17) Las Vegas Raiders

18) Miami Dolphins

19) Washington Football Team

20) Chicago Bears

21) Indianapolis Colts

22) Tennessee Titans

23) New York Jets

24) Pittsburgh Steelers

25) Jacksonville Jaguars

26) Cleveland Browns

27) Baltimore Ravens

28) New Orleans Saints

29) Green Bay Packers

30) Buffalo Bills

31) Baltimore Ravens

32) Tampa Bay Buccaneers