NFL Draft 2015, First Round: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and More


The 2015 NFL Draft opens with the first round tonight beginning at 8 p.m. EST. The second and third rounds of the draft will take place Friday, May 1, beginning at 7 p.m. The final four rounds will take place on Saturday, May 2, at noon.

The Baltimore Ravens have the 26th pick in this year’s draft and have a variety of needs. The hundreds of mock drafts out there have the Ravens selecting any position: running back, wide receiver, tight end, pass rusher or cornerback.

Then again, what do we know? None of us will actually be inside the draft room with Ozzie Newsome or know anything about their big board. They could end up shocking us all and taking an offensive lineman or an inside linebacker. All we can do is what and see.

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Here is the information for watching the draft:

Date: April 30, 2015

Start Time: 8:00 PM ET

Location: Chicago, Illinois

Where: Auditorium Theatre

TV: NFL Network and ESPN

Online: and WatchESPN

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  • First Round Draft Order:

    1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    2. Tennessee Titans
    3. Jacksonville Jaguars
    4. Oakland Raiders
    5. Washington Redskins
    6. New York Jets
    7. Chicago Bears
    8. Atlanta Falcons
    9. New York Giants
    10. St. Louis Rams
    11. Minnesota Vikings
    12. Cleveland Browns
    13. New Orleans Saints
    14. Miami Dolphins
    15. San Francisco 49ers
    16. Houston Texans
    17. San Diego Chargers
    18. Kansas City Chiefs
    19. Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo)
    20. Philadelphia Eagles
    21. Cincinnati Bengals
    22. Pittsburgh Steelers
    23. Detroit Lions
    24. Arizona Cardinals
    25. Carolina Panthers
    26. Baltimore Ravens
    27. Dallas Cowboys
    28. Denver Broncos
    29. Indianapolis Colts
    30. Green Bay Packers
    31. New Orleans Saints (from Seattle)
    32. New England Patriots

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