What Time is the NFL Draft tonight?
By Tommy Jaggi
It's been a long time coming, but the 2023 NFL Draft is finally upon us. Whether you are a casual NFL fan or an avid draft follower, this promises to be the most exciting three-day stretch of the offseason.
From now until Saturday evening, teams will have a chance to reshape and reconstruct their rosters. Some will add the next generation of NFL stars to their team while others could make franchise-altering mistakes on draft day that set their team back.
Since the end of the 2022 season, we have all been busy formulating our own opinions on this year's draft prospects and you may have some players in mind you would love your team to come away with this April. Every moment since that time has led us to this.
What time is the NFL Draft on tonight?
The 2023 NFL Draft will officially begin on Thursday, April 27th, at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time and pre-draft coverage will be running all afternoon. Day 2 of the draft will pick back up at 7:00 p.m. ET, with the final day beginning at noon ET on Saturday.
How can I watch the 2023 NFL Draft?
You can catch the 2023 NFL Draft on national networks like ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network. The draft will also be broadcast on ESPN Deportes with different commentators and analysts on each network.
2023 NFL Draft Round 1 Order:
- Carolina Panthers (via the Chicago Bears)
- Houston Texans
- Arizona Cardinals
- Indianapolis Colts
- Seattle Seahawks (via the Denver Broncos)
- Detroit Lions (via the Los Angeles Rams)
- Las Vegas Raiders
- Atlanta Falcons
- Chicago Bears (via the Carolina Panthers)
- Philadelphia Eagles (via the New Orleans Saints)
- Tennessee Titans
- Houston Texans (via the Cleveland Browns)
- Green Bay Packers (via New York Jets)
- New England Patriots
- New York Jets (via Packers)
- Washington Commanders
- Pittsburgh Steelers
- Detroit Lions
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Seattle Seahawks
- Los Angeles Chargers
- Baltimore Ravens
- Minnesota Vikings
- Jacksonville Jaguars
- New York Giants
- Dallas Cowboys
- Buffalo Bills
- Cincinnati Bengals
- New Orleans Saints (via 49ers, by way of Broncos and Dolphins)
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Kansas City Chiefs
Note: The Miami Dolphins were forced to forfeit their first-round pick due to violating league policies for tampering.