Get everything you need to know about the 2018 NFL Draft from what time it starts, where it’s being held, and of course, how to stream the entire event live as it happens.
The 2018 NFL Draft will officially start on Thursday, April 26, 2018, at 8:00 p.m. ET. The top college athletes from across the country will get an opportunity of a lifetime to get drafted by NFL teams with hopes of them being future superstars.
This year’s draft will be taking place in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium. For the first time in NFL history, it will be taking place inside a stadium of an NFL team. That franchise, of course, is America’s Team, the Dallas Cowboys.
Below you’ll find all the information you need to watch, see the official first-round draft order, and even live stream the event online. Fubo.TV is giving a free seven-day trial for new subscribers as they’ll have this year’s draft in its entirety all throughout the weekend. If you can’t see it live as it happens as long as have a new Fubo.TV account, you can DVR it to watch it in the future. Keep in mind you can watch this year’s draft on cell phones, laptops, tablets, and desktops with a Fubo.TV account.
Round 1 of the 2018 NFL Draft
AT&T Stadium (official home of the Dallas Cowboys)
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8:00 p.m. Eastern Time
ROUND 1 DRAFT ORDER (from NFL.com)
1. Cleveland Browns2. New York Giants3. New York Jets from Indianapolis Colts4. Cleveland Browns from Houston Texans5. Denver Broncos6. Indianapolis Colts from New York Jets7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers8. Chicago Bears9. San Francisco 49ers10. Oakland Raiders11. Miami Dolphins12. Buffalo Bills from Cincinnati Bengals13. Washington Redskins14. Green Bay Packers15. Arizona Cardinals16. Baltimore Ravens17. Los Angeles Chargers18. Seattle Seahawks19. Dallas Cowboys20. Detroit Lions21. Cincinnati Bengals from Buffalo Bills22. Buffalo Bills from Kansas City Chiefs23. New England Patriots from Los Angeles Rams24. Carolina Panthers25. Tennessee Titans26. Atlanta Falcons27. New Orleans Saints28. Pittsburgh Steelers29. Jacksonville Jaguars30. Minnesota Vikings31. New England Patriots32. Philadelphia Eagles
The first round of tonight’s NFL Draft promises to be a great one, especially to see where each of the Big 4 of quarterbacks finally end up going. Plus, as always, expect to see a lot of last-minute trades by teams that will either move up or move down to get players they feel are can’t miss prospects.