The great night of the university talents has arrived. The NFL will officially open the 2021-2022 season with the ceremony of the Draft starting this Thursday, April 29. The big event of the offseason will be held in Cleveland, with fans and experts alike waiting to see the selections from all 32 franchises.
Draft round dates
The Draft It will have a total of 7 rounds, in which at least 32 selections will be made (in each one). These rounds will be divided into 3 days, between April 29 and May 1. This Thursday the expected first round of selections will take place, to move on to the second and third next Friday. Rounds 4, 5, 6 and 7 will be completed on Saturday.
The order of selections of the Draft it is determined by the reverse order of the final ranking of the last season. In other words, the lowest-ranked teams will have the privilege of choosing first, leading to the best prospects in college football. In this opportunity, it will be Jacksonville Jaguars the franchise that takes the acclaimed first pick. It should be noted that some picks have already been negotiated, so some positions have already been modified, and some teams have more than one pick.
In this same sense, the first round will continue with the Jets, 49ers, Falcons, Bengals, Dolphins, Lions, Panthers, Broncos, Cowboys, Giants, Eagles, Chargers, Vikings, Patriots, Cardinals, Raiders, Dolphins, Washington FT, Bears, Colts, Titans, Jets, Steelers, Jaguars, Browns, Ravens, Saints, Packers, Bills, Chiefs, and Buccaneers.
Schedules and channels for the first round
This Thursday, April 29, the first round picks will be made at the ceremony in the city of Cleveland. That is, the first 32 selections of the best prospects in college football. The event will begin at 5:00 PM in Los Angeles; 19:00 from Mexico and Colombia; 20:00 from Miami, Chile and Venezuela; and 21:00 from Argentina.
The transmission in the United States will be through the ESPN and ABC networks. Fans in Mexico will also have an open television broadcast on ESPN screens. For the rest of the world, the live signal from FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland will only be on the NFL Pass League, the league’s official subscription channel.
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