NFL Draft 2013 Live Stream: Updated Online Coverage Hub for Days 2 and 3
After a thrilling, up-and-down Day 1 of the 2013 NFL draft, it's hard to believe we still have two more days of this.
There were some surprises, as well as some obvious picks in the first round of the draft this year, while some draft-day trades also shook things up.
It paves the way for what should be an exciting final two days of the selection process, as teams look at addressing other needs and finding those diamonds in the rough. The first round may receive the most publicity, but history shows that plenty of future Pro Bowlers have been selected in the later rounds.
Here's a look at how to watch Days 2 and 3 of the 2013 NFL draft, whether it be via TV, online or on a mobile device.
Round 2 and Round 3: Friday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m. ET
Round 4-Round 7: Saturday, April 27 at 12 p.m. ET
As you may have heard, Bleacher Report is providing in-depth coverage of every draft pick this year. Bleacher Report analysts Matt Miller, Aaron Nagler, Michael Felder and Josh Zerkle have been hosting a live draft party in New York City since Day 1, broadcast on Bleacher Report's front page.
What makes Bleacher Report's coverage so unique is that you will hear analysis on every draft pick (that's 254 in all). While most shows focus on a pick here and there, Bleacher Report's live draft show will detail every selection, ensuring nobody gets left out. Down the road, you may remember Bleacher Report's coverage of Days 2 and 3 when you see a "steal" make it to the Pro Bowl.
Of course, on top of all the analysis, celebrities and athletes will also stop by the live draft party, including Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice.
ESPN will be broadcasting the draft live on Friday and Saturday, as the network did on Thursday. This includes analysis from draft experts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay as commissioner Roger Goodell announces the picks from Radio Music City Hall in New York.
You can also watch the draft online on ESPN3. For those who want to follow along with their mobile devices, the Watch ESPN app has you covered.
Well-known draft guru Mike Mayock will be on hand along with the rest of the NFL Network crew to analyze the draft live.
After an electric first day at Radio Music City Hall, the party (or anguish) has just begun.
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