IT’S that time already, as all 32 NFL franchises turn their attention to the new season.
Hundreds of potential recruits are dreaming of making it big in gridiron’s most lucrative league, with Arizona Cardinals holding the No1 overall pick this year.
When is the NFL Draft 2019?
THIS year’s all-important draft begins on Thursday, April 25.
Nashville, Tennessee was announced as the host city back in May 2018 and it’s the first time that the home of the Titans has hosted the event.
The first round will begin at 8pm ET on Thursday, April 25.
Get the coffee ready, as that’s 1am UK time.
The full schedule is as follows:
- Thursday, April 25 (1am UK time) – Round 1
- Friday, April 26 (12am UK time) – Rounds 2-3
- Saturday, April 27 (5pm UK time) – Round 4-7
Which TV channel can I watch it on?
YOU can catch all of the pomp and ceremony of the draft unfold on Sky Sports Action and Main Event.
Coverage of the first round will begin at 12.30am.
Round two will be at 11.30pm on Friday night, before coverage of the final rounds from 4.30pm on Saturday.
If you want to stream, grab a NOW TV pass from just £8.99 to watch on your mobile, tablet or PC.
Whilst Sky customers can download the Sky Go app to watch wherever they are.
What is the draft order for Round One?
- Arizona Cardinals
- San Francisco 49ers
- New York Jets
- Oakland Raiders
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- New York Giants
- Jacksonville Jaguars
- Detroit Lions
- Buffalo Bills
- Denver Broncos
- Cincinnati Bengals
- Green Bay Packers
- Miami Dolphins
- Atlanta Falcons
- Washington Redskins
- Carolina Panthers
- New York Giants from Cleveland Browns
- Minnesota Vikings
- Tennessee Titans
- Pittsburgh Steelers
- Seattle Seahawks
- Baltimore Ravens
- Houston Texans
- Oakland Raiders from Chicago Bears
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Indianapolis Colts
- Oakland Raiders from Dallas Cowboys
- Los Angeles Chargers
- Kansas City Chiefs
- Green Bay Packers from New Orleans Saints
- Los Angeles Rams
- New England Patriots