Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell (left) is interviewed by ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman (right) before the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Draft: Time, Channel, Live Stream Information

In just a few hours, weeks and weeks of speculation and rumor will finally be over. No, we are not talking about the final episode of the newest HBO thriller. We are talking about the NFL Draft. And for football fans across the world, it’s the one offseason event that reminds us of the excitement of garnered during the regular season.

This year’s NFL Draft headlines include: Will Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel fall to the Dallas Cowboys? Will the Atlanta Falcons trade up for South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney? Will University of Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack be the top pick in the draft? Will the Cleveland Browns select a quarterback in the first round? Who will be the top prospect to fall the furthest in the first round?

These questions and many more will be answered starting tonight. Here’s the complete schedule breakdown for the 2014 NFL Draft starting tonight and thru this weekend.

Thursday, May 8th
Start Time: 7:00pm CST
Round(s): 1
Networks: ESPN, NFL Network

Friday, May 9th
Start Time: 5:30pm CST
Round(s): 2-3
Networks: ESPN, NFL Network

Saturday, May 10th
Start Time: 11:00am CST
Round(s): 4-7
Networks: ESPN, NFL Network

Live Stream Options: WatchESPN, NFL.com LIVE

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  • Rich

    It would be great to see some surprise picks in the first 15 pushing down some guys. Imagine being on the clock with Donald, Barr, Manziel and others available. Would be amazing to be able to trade back and still get Barr or Donald.

    • Howard Willis

      If Donals and Barr are both there, I would trade Baltimore my 1st round next year, second this year, and some possible later rounds picks to take them both back to back!! That would be amazing…

      • Rich

        That is tempting but I would sure hate it next year when we didn’t have a 1. How about our 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 3 7th’s for no 17?. HAHA wishful thinking I suppose but your right Donald AND Barr HUGE!

        • Howard Willis

          Yea it is wishful thinking but that is what the draft ir primarily about…LOL