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31 players will be selected in the first round of the draft Thursday night. The Carolina Panthers have the first pick, and they are likely to take Alabama quarterback Bryce Young.

What: 2023 NFL Draft Round 1.

When: Thursday, April 27, 2023.

Time: 8 p.m. Eastern.

Where: Kansas City, Mo.

TV: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network.

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Here is some of what David Brandt of the Associated Press wrote in his NFL draft guide.

The NFL never really stops, so the offseason continues with the draft starting Thursday night.

The Carolina Panthers have the No. 1 overall pick and, as usual, a lot of the hype surrounds the quarterbacks. Alabama’s Bryce Young, Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud, Kentucky’s Will Levis and Florida’s Anthony Richardson are among the coveted prospects.

At least one team has decided to address their quarterback situation by adding a veteran via trade. The New York Jets acquired veteran Aaron Rodgers from the Green Bay Packers earlier this week in a long-expected blockbuster deal that also has draft implications.

The Jets received Rodgers, the No. 15 overall pick and a fifth-rounder this year from the Packers. In exchange, Green Bay will get the 13th overall selection, a second-rounder (No. 42) and a sixth-rounder this year and a conditional 2024 second-round pick that can become a first-rounder if Rodgers plays 65% of plays for New York this season.

Here’s more to know ahead of the NFL draft:


The draft is a three-day extravaganza in Kansas City, Missouri, starting Thursday night.

The first round begins at 8 p.m. Eastern. The second and third rounds are on Friday starting at 7 p.m. The fourth through seventh rounds are on Saturday starting at 12 p.m.

The draft can be viewed on NFL Network, ABC, ESPN and ESPN Deportes.


Everyone is pretty much asking the same questions about the NFL draft. See how AP Pro Football Writer Rob Maaddi believes the draft could unfold in the updated NFL Mock Draft.


The Panthers have the No. 1 pick in the draft after making a trade with the Chicago Bears.

After that, the Houston Texans select at No. 2, while the Arizona Cardinals are No. 3. The Indianapolis Colts (No. 4) and Seattle Seahawks (No. 5) round out the top 5.

The Panthers are expected to take a quarterback with the top selection. The candidates include Young, Stroud, Levis and Richardson.


Not every team has a draft pick in the first round. The Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers will sit the first night out unless they make a trade.

Four of the five teams are out of the first round because of trades. The one exception is the Dolphins. The NFL punished the franchise by taking away its 2023 first-round and 2024 third-round pick after a probe found the team tampered with quarterback Tom Brady and coach Sean Payton.

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The 2023 NFL Draft resumes tonight for the second and third-round from Kansas City, Missouri, with action set to begin at 7 p.m. ET. If you're looking to watch the draft live to catch every pick, we've got you covered right through the weekend.

NFL Draft coverage will be provided by ESPN, ABC, and NFL Network on TV, and you can also live stream coverage on the free ad-supported NFL Channel. After tonight, you can see rounds four through seven tomorrow night, albeit with the show starting much earlier at 12 p.m. ET.

You can watch the NFL Draft on multiple TV channels, including ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network. In addition, the NFL is also providing free streaming coverage of the NFL Draft through the NFL Channel on the NFL app.

The NFL Channel is an ad-supported streaming channel that's available for free through the NFL App and via multiple partnered streaming platforms, including The Roku Channel, Peacock, Tubi, Pluto TV, Vizio WatchFree, and LG Channels.

All seven rounds of the NFL Draft will be streamed for free via the NFL Channel, but the live stream will feature different hosts and commentators than the TV broadcasts on ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network. The first round of the draft will also stream for free on YouTube.

If you'd prefer to catch one of the TV broadcasts of the NFL Draft, you can tune into ABC for free with a digital antenna, or you can watch ESPN and NFL Network through a pay-TV provider. Cord-cutters can also use a live TV streaming service to access one or more of these channels.

Sling TV is the cheapest option to live stream the cable broadcasts of the NFL Draft. Sling's Orange plan has ESPN, while Sling's Blue plan has NFL Network. Both plans cost $40 a month, but new members get 50% off their first month.

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