The National Football League season is still nearly six months away but the 2018 draft will introduce a plethera of new players to the player personnel mix. Odds to Win 2019 Super Bowl: NFL Draft update.

The fast approaching National Football League 2018 Draft is scheduled for pick No #1 on Thursday, April 26th with the final selection taking place on Saturday, April 28. And this year’s draft can be viewed live on several networks including traditional host ESPN.

This year’s draft is being held in the heart of Texas at the Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Texas. And the “new” concerning the 2018 amateur selection is that this will be the first draft held in an NFL stadium.

The Live coverage of Round 1 of the 2018 NFL Draft begins at 8 p.m. ET.

This year’s draft will also be covered by Fox and ABC, as well, four cable outlets (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, NFL Network).

In addition the second “new” for the 2018 event is that all seven rounds of the three-day event will air live on the aforementioned networks.

Round 1 on April 26 (8 p.m. ET) will be broadcast by five channels: NFL Network, Fox, ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes.

Round 2 coverage will be aired on four networks: NFL Network, Fox, ESPN and ESPN2.

 

The complete order of the Round 1 of the 2018 NFL Draft:

Round-Team

  1. Cleveland
  2. New York Giants
  3. New York Jets (from Indianapolis)
  4. Cleveland (from Houston)
  5. Denver
  6. Indianapolis (from New York Jets)
  7. Tampa Bay
  8. Chicago
  9. San Francisco
  10. Oakland
  11. Miami
  12. Buffalo (from Cincinnati)
  13. Washington
  14. Green Bay
  15. Arizona
  16. Baltimore
  17. Los Angeles Chargers
  18. Seattle
  19. Dallas
  20. Detroit
  21. Cincinnati (from Buffalo)
  22. Buffalo (from Kansas City)
  23. New England (from Los Angeles Rams)
  24. Carolina
  25. Tennessee
  26. Atlanta
  27. New Orleans
  28. Pittsburgh
  29. Jacksonville
  30. Minnesota
  31. New England
  32. Philadelphia

 

South Point of Las Vegas has updated their Odds to Win Super Bowl LIII:

Odds to Win 2019 Super Bowl: 2018 NFL Draft update

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