The 2023 NFL Draft is quickly approaching. In less than three weeks, the NY Jets and 31 other NFL teams will embark on a three-day journey to bolster their rosters.
The NFL Draft is always one of the most exciting times of the football calendar. There are twists and turns, surprise picks, shocking trades, puzzling decisions, and everything that makes the NFL the reality show that it has essentially become — in a good way, of course.
The Jets are slated to pick six times in this year's draft, although that's likely to change once the Aaron Rodgers trade becomes official. At least, that's assuming it happens before the draft begins.
Last year, the Jets managed to secure likely the best draft class in the NFL. They added both eventual Rookie of the Year winners in Sauce Gardner and Garrett Wilson, while others like Breece Hall and Jermaine Johnson appear to have bright futures.
The Jets will hope to find similar success this year. But how can you watch the Jets make these franchise-altering decisions? Let's take a look at how to watch the NFL Draft this year.
How to watch the 2023 NFL Draft with cable TV
Unlike events like the Super Bowl, the NFL Draft is shown on numerous network television stations. That makes it very easy to watch the 2023 NFL Draft if you have cable TV.
All seven rounds of the NFL Draft will air live on ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network later this month. You can also tune in to ESPN Deportes for a Spanish-language broadcast. Each network will offer different perspectives from various analysts.
How to watch the 2023 NFL Draft without cable
Streaming services are taking over the media world, and live sports are no exception. Even if you don't have cable television, there are a number of ways to watch this year's NFL Draft.
We recommend using fuboTV, where you can use this link to sign up for a free trial. You can also use streaming services like YouTube TV or Hulu Live to watch the draft. Both services offer free trials as well.
Full 2023 NFL Draft Schedule
The 2023 NFL Draft will begin on Thursday, Apr. 27 at 8 pm ET. The draft is split into three days, with the first day consisting of just the first round, Day 2 consisting of the second and third rounds, and Day 3 consisting of Rounds 4-7.
Below is a quick look at the complete 2023 NFL Draft schedule.
- Round 1: Thursday, Apr. 27, 8 p.m. ET
- Rounds 2-3: Friday, Apr. 28, 7 p.m. ET
- Rounds 4-7: Saturday, Apr. 29, 12 p.m. ET