2023 NFL draft: How to watch, listen and stream

The countdown to the 2023 NFL Draft is officially over as the red-carpet events and pre-show festivities are in full effect in Kansas City for the first time.

Philadelphia has two first-round picks tonight, and Howie Roseman’s player of choice could be narrowed down to Jalen Carter, Paris Johnson, and Bijan Robinson.

With round one just hours away, here’s how you can watch, listen and stream all seven rounds.

Who has the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft?

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The Panthers are on the clock first after acquiring the No. 1 pick in a trade with the Bears on March 10. In exchange for the first pick, Chicago received Carolina’s No. 9 and No. 61 picks in 2023, a first-rounder in 2024, a second-round pick in 2025, and wide receiver D.J. Moore (averages 77.3 receptions -1,103 yards the past four years).

Thursday, April 27

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When: Round 1 of the NFL Draft kicks off at 8 PM in Kansas City, MO, in the downtown area surrounding iconic Union Station Kansas City and the National WWI Museum and Memorial.

Thursday, April 27 – 8 PM ET (7 PM CT)
Friday, April 28 – 7 PM ET (6 PM CT)
Saturday, April 29 – 12 PM ET (11 AM CT)


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FuboTV (try it for free)

Fans can stream the draft via FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, or the ESPN and NFL apps.


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ABC, ESPN, NFL Network

For the 17th year, NFL Network provides live on-location coverage of the NFL Draft. NFL Network’s coverage of the 2023 NFL Draft from Kansas City kicks off Thursday, April 27 at 8 PM with first-round coverage provided by 2023 Sports Emmy nominee and the longest-tenured current Draft host Rich Eisen, draft expert Daniel Jeremiah, CBS’s No. 2 NFL team analyst Charles Davis, and FOX Sports’ lead college football analyst Joel Klatt, along with Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner and NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Additionally, 2023 Sports Emmy nominee Melissa Stark interviews the draftees on-stage following their selection.

For the fifth year, ESPN and ABC will have two distinct telecasts, offering viewers multiple ways to consume the event over the first two nights, both in primetime, with Thursday, April 27, starting at 8 PM. ESPN’s traditional presentation will focus on the NFL teams, the prospects, and how the selections will impact the play on the field. ABC, while still providing critical analysis, will focus more on storytelling, giving fans a glimpse at the prospects’ backgrounds and journeys to the NFL. On day three of the Draft, Saturday, April 29, starting at Noon, ESPN’s presentation will be simulcast on ABC.

Fans without cable or logins to the streaming as mentioned above services can catch the broadcast on ABC with a digital antenna that picks up local networks.

Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire