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NFL Draft 2019: start time, schedule, online streaming, picks, order and more

Welcome to the 2019 NFL Draft. As of this moment, the Chiefs’ first pick is scheduled to happen Friday.

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The 2019 NFL Draft is here! The draft begins Thursday night, April 25 at 7 p.m. Arrowhead Time.

Thursday night features the first round only. As of earlier this week, the Chiefs no longer have a first-round pick after trading No. 29 overall in a package to the Seattle Seahawks for defensive end Frank Clark. Though unlikely, there is always the outside chance the Chiefs trade back into the round.

The second and third rounds take place on Friday night. Rounds four through seven are all on Saturday. Undrafted free agency begins as soon as the draft is over.

The event will be televised from Nashville on ESPN/ESPN2, NFL Network and ABC (for the first time). Patrick Mahomes will join ABC’s live coverage of the first round Thursday night.

For Chiefs-specific round-one coverage, Kent Swanson and Craig Stout join Jay Binkley on 610 Sports Radio beginning at 7 p.m. Arrowhead Time Thursday night. In my opinion, this will be the best way to enjoy round one, especially with the Chiefs not holding a pick. You can stream 610 here or by using the radio dot com app.

We’ll have you covered the entire weekend here at Arrowhead Pride.

Start times

  • Round 1: Thursday, April 25, 7 p.m. Arrowhead Time
  • Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 26, 6 p.m. Arrowhead Time
  • Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 27, 11 a.m. Arrowhead Time

How to watch

Location: Nashville, Tennessee.

Television coverage: NFL Network, ESPN/ESPN2, ABC

Internet stream: FuboTV

Total picks: 254 total selections

Selection time limits

  • Day 1: Round 1 (10 minutes per pick)
  • Day 2: Round 2 (seven minutes per pick) • Round 3 (five minutes per pick)
  • Day 3: Rounds 4-6 (five minutes per pick) • Round 7 (four minutes per pick)
  • (Compensatory picks = four minutes)

NFL Draft order (first round)

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

Chiefs 2019 NFL Draft picks (seven picks)

  • Round 2: Pick No. 61 overall
  • Round 2: Pick No. 63 overall
  • Round 3: Pick No. 84 overall
  • Round 5: Pick No. 167 overall
  • Round 6: Pick No. 201 overall
  • Round 6: Pick No. 214 overall
  • Round 7: Pick No. 216 overall

Prospects attending the draft

DE Josh Allen • CB DeAndre Baker • DE Nick Bosa • WR Marquise Brown • DE Brian Burns • LB Devin Bush • OT Andre Dillard • TE Noah Fant • OT Cody Ford • TE T.J. Hockenson • RB Josh Jacobs • QB Daniel Jones • QB Drew Lock • WR D.K. Metcalf • QB Kyler Murray • DT Ed Oliver • DE Montez Sweat • OT Jawaan Taylor • LB Devin White • DT Christian Wilkins • OT Jonah Williams • DT Quinnen Williams

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