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The 2020 NFL Draft will prove to be a sports event unlike any in the history of the NFL. People who only casually watch the NFL will tune in, simply because there hasn’t been much to get excited about in terms of sports lately.

Others have been waiting impatiently for this major part of the team-building process. The NFL Draft spells hope for many who think this could be the year their team gets it right and drafts a game-changing talent.

But where can you actually tune into get your draft fix? Here’s all the information you need.

Where to watch

ESPN

ABC

NFL Network

ESPN Deportes

Where to stream

NFL.com

Facebook

YouTube

Twitch

Twitter

Yahoo! Sports

Day One – Thursday April 23, 2020

6:00 PM

Day One of the 2020 NFL Draft kicks off with LSU Coach Ed Orgeron and Alabama Coach Nick Saban on College Gameday Live.

6:30 PM

Tua Timeline: ESPN’s in-depth feature on Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa

7:15 PM

ESPN’s Trey Wingo sits down with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to find out just how long he cries after all the booing stops. He’ll probably answer other questions as well.

7:30 PM

Draft-A-Thon that will raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts. There will be appearances by Kevin Hart, Michael Strahan, Jennifer Hudson, DJ Khaled, Travis Kelce, and Brad Paisley. Russell Wilson and Tom Brady will also make an appearance, but don’t let that stop you from donating if you are able and feel led to do so.

8:00 PM

Colts legend and All-Time great QB Peyton F. Manning will be officially kicking off the 2020 NFL Draft, no doubt announcing his return from retirement and 1-year deal with Tampa.

8:05 PM

Harry Connick Jr. will be singing the National Anthem.

8:07 PM

The Bengals select Joe Burrow, Quarterback, LSU.


Have you done your pre-draft prep? If not, check out the Anthony Arena 2020 NFL Draft Guide and get it done!

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