NFL Draft Schedule 2014: Updated Round-by-Round TV Info and Order

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NFL Draft Schedule 2014: Updated Round-by-Round TV Info and Order
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The NFL draft gets all the attention from fans and the media on Thursday, but the championship teams are built on Friday and Saturday. Stars are found in the first round. Depth is what allows those stars to shine bright. 

That's why paying close attention to the details and following what your favorite team is doing in Rounds 2-7 is so important. Fortunately the NFL has gone to extreme measures, ensuring that you won't have to look far to find what's happening this weekend. 

There were also a few notable trades on Thursday that have shifted the landscape of Friday and Saturday. Cleveland was wheeling and dealing with anyone who would listen, while Minnesota got back in the first round to get Teddy Bridgewater. 

In an effort to help you keep everything straight, we have a look at the start times for the draft this weekend and an updated list of selections following Thursday's trades. 

2014 NFL Draft Start Time
Date Round(s) Start Time (ET) Network(s) Live Stream
Friday, May 9 2-3 7 p.m. NFL Network; ESPN (until 8 p.m.), ESPN2 (starting at 8 p.m.); Watch ESPN
Saturday, May 10 4-7 12 p.m. NFL Network; ESPN; Watch ESPN

Round 2 Draft Order
Pick Team
33 Houston Texans
34 Washington Redskins
35 Cleveland Browns
36 Oakland Raiders
37 Atlanta Falcons
38 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
39 Jacksonville Jaguars
40 Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota Vikings)
41 Buffalo Bills
42 Tennessee Titans
43 New York Giants
44 St. Louis Rams
45 Detroit Lions
46 Pittsburgh Steelers
47 Dallas Cowboys
48 Baltimore Ravens
49 New York Jets
50 Miami Dolphins
51 Chicago Bears
52 Arizona Cardinals
53 Green Bay Packers
54 Philadelphia Eagles
55 Cincinnati Bengals
56 San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City Chiefs)
57 San Diego Chargers
58 New Orleans Saints
59 Indianapolis Colts
60 Carolina Panthers
61 San Francisco 49ers
62 New England Patriots
63 Denver Broncos
64 Seattle Seahawks

Round 3 Draft Order
Pick Team
65 Houston Texans
66 Washington Redskins
67 Oakland Raiders
68 Atlanta Falcons
69 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
70 Jacksonville Jaguars
71 Cleveland Browns
72 Minnesota Vikings
73 Buffalo Bills
74 New York Giants
75 St. Louis Rams
76 Detroit Lions
77 San Francisco 49ers (from Tennessee Titans)
78 Dallas Cowboys
79 Baltimore Ravens
80 New York Jets
81 Miami Dolphins
82 Chicago Bears
83 Philadelphia Eagles (from Pittsburgh Steelers through Cleveland Browns)
84 Arizona Cardinals
85 Green Bay Packers
86 Philadelphia Eagles
87 Kansas City Chiefs
88 Cincinnati Bengals
89 San Diego Chargers
90 Indianapolis Colts
91 Arizona Cardinals (from New Orleans Saints)
92 Carolina Panthers
93 New England Patriots
94 San Francisco 49ers
95 Denver Broncos
96 Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle Seahawks)
97 Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection)
98 Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection)
99 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection)
100 San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection)

Round 4 Draft Order
Pick Team
101 Houston Texans
102 Washington Redskins
103 Atlanta Falcons
104 New York Jets (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
105 Jacksonville Jaguars
106 Cleveland Browns
107 Oakland Raiders
108 Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota Vikings)
109 Buffalo Bills
110 St. Louis Rams
111 Detroit Lions
112 Tennessee Titans
113 New York Giants
114 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens)
115 New York Jets
116 Miami Dolphins
117 Chicago Bears
118 Pittsburgh Steelers
119 Dallas Cowboys
120 Arizona Cardinals
121 Green Bay Packers
122 Philadelphia Eagles
123 Cincinnati Bengals
124 Kansas City Chiefs
125 San Diego Chargers
126 New Orleans Saints
127 Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis Colts)
128 Carolina Panthers
129 San Francisco 49ers
130 New England Patriots
131 Denver Broncos
132 Seattle Seahawks
133 Detroit Lions (compensatory pick)
134 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory pick)
135 Houston Texans (compensatory pick)
136 Detroit Lions (compensatory pick)
137 New York Jets (compensatory pick)
138 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory pick)
139 Atlanta Falcons (compensatory pick)
140 New England Patriots (compensatory pick)

Round 5 Draft Order
Pick Team
141 Houston Texans
142 Washington Redskins
143 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
144 Jacksonville Jaguars
145 Minnesota Vikings (from Cleveland Browns)
146 Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders)
147 Atlanta Falcons
148 Minnesota Vikings
149 Buffalo Bills
150 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit Lions)
151 Tennessee Titans
152 New York Giants
153 St. Louis Rams
154 New York Jets
155 Miami Dolphins
156 Chicago Bears
157 Pittsburgh Steelers
158 Dallas Cowboys
159 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens)
160 Arizona Cardinals
161 Green Bay Packers
162 Philadelphia Eagles
163 Kansas City Chiefs
164 Cincinnati Bengals
165 San Diego Chargers
166 Indianapolis Colts
167 New Orleans Saints
168 Carolina Panthers
169 New Orleans Saints (from New England Patriots through Philadelphia Eagles)
170 San Francisco 49ers
171 Denver Broncos
172 Seattle Seahawks
173 Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection)
174 New York Giants (compensatory selection)
175 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection)
176 Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection)

Round 6 Draft Order
Pick Team
177 Houston Texans
178 Washington Redskins
179 Jacksonville Jaguars
180 Cleveland Browns
181 Houston Texans (from Oakland Raiders)
182 Atlanta Falcons
183 Chicago Bears (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
184 Minnesota Vikings
185 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Buffalo Bills)
186 Tennessee Titans
187 New York Giants
188 St. Louis Rams
189 Detroit Lions
190 Miami Dolphins
191 Chicago Bears
192 Pittsburgh Steelers
193 Kansas City Chiefs (from Dallas Cowboys)
194 Baltimore Ravens
195 New York Jets
196 Arizona Cardinals
197 Green Bay Packers
198 New England Patriots (from Philadelphia Eagles)
199 Cincinnati Bengals
200 Kansas City Chiefs
201 San Diego Chargers
202 New Orleans Saints
203 Indianapolis Colts
204 Carolina Panthers
205 Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco 49ers)
206 New England Patriots
207 Denver Broncos
208 Seattle Seahawks
209 New York Jets (compensatory selection)
210 New York Jets (compensatory selection)
211 Houston Texans (compensatory selection)
212 Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection)
213 New York Jets (compensatory selection)
214 St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection)
215 Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection)

Round 7 Draft Order
Pick Team
216 Houston Texans
217 Washington Redskins
218 Cleveland Browns
219 Oakland Raiders
220 Atlanta Falcons
221 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
222 Jacksonville Jaguars
223 Minnesota Vikings
224 Buffalo Bills
225 Carolina Panthers (from New York Giants)
226 St. Louis Rams
227 Detroit Lions
228 Tennessee Titans
229 Dallas Cowboys (from Chicago Bears)
230 Pittsburgh Steelers
231 Dallas Cowboys
232 Indianapolis Colts (from Baltimore Ravens)
233 New York Jets
234 Miami Dolphins
235 Oakland Raiders (from Arizona Cardinals)
236 Green Bay Packers
237 Philadelphia Eagles
238 Dallas Cowboys (from Kansas City Chiefs)
239 Cincinnati Bengals
240 San Diego Chargers
241 St. Louis Rams (from Indianapolis Colts)
242 San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans Saints)
243 San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers)
244 New England Patriots
245 San Francisco 49ers
246 Denver Broncos
247 Oakland Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks)
248 Dallas Cowboys (compensatory pick)
249 St. Louis Rams (compensatory pick)
250 St. Louis Rams (compensatory pick)
251 Dallas Cowboys (compensatory pick)
252 Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory pick)
253 Atlanta Falcons (compensatory pick)
254 Dallas Cowboys (compensatory pick)
255 Atlanta Falcons (compensatory pick)
256 Houston Texans (compensatory pick)

Key Players Still Available

Marqise Lee, WR, USC

There was a lot of talk that Lee would end up being taken in the middle of the first round, possibly by the Jets if the board broke right. Instead, the USC receiver finds himself still on the board as the second round begins. 

Bleacher Report NFL draft guru Matt Miller has some thoughts on why Lee is waiting to find an NFL home: 

The bad news for Lee is he's also reached a point where all the receivers are bunched together. Indiana's Cody Latimer, Vanderbilt's Jordan Matthews, Fresno State's Davante Adams and LSU's Jarvis Landry all have second-round talent. 

Even with all the depth at wide receiver, Lee is just one year removed from being a top-10 pick, so the odds of him lasting into the 40s seems high. 

Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia

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The early run on offensive tackles left a lot of teams waiting to see if they could find a quality player later, instead of having to reach for someone just to fill a need. These clubs got good news when the Dolphins reached for Tennessee's Ja'Wuan James at No. 19. 

Now a team in desperate need of help on the offensive line has a shot to get Virginia's Morgan Moses, who is a massive human being at 6'6", 314 pounds with arms that are 35.375 inches long. 

A perfect scenario for both player and team, as Matt Zenitz of the Carroll County Times pointed out, has the Ravens, who pick again at 48, choosing between Moses and the two other notable tackles: 

Considering Joe Flacco was sacked 48 times and Ray Rice averaged 3.1 yards per carry last year, general manager Ozzie Newsome has to give his two cornerstone players help up front in order to get the Ravens back to the playoffs. 

Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech

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Jeremiah Attaochu is flying under the radar because there are edge-rushers from bigger colleges, like Notre Dame's Stephon Tuitt and Missouri's Kony Ealy, on the board, but some team is going to get a bargain with the Georgia Tech linebacker. 

B/R's Matt Miller wrote a scouting report on Attaochu in April, listing him as a rising player, and said his ability to get after the quarterback is tremendous:

The 2014 class has some serious talent at outside linebacker, and it's time for Jeremiah Attaochu to enter that conversation. He's a scary-good edge-rusher with big upside and is the type of aggressive, violent rusher for which teams in a 3-4 defense are going crazy. A late first-round pick shouldn't surprise you.

Teams are always looking for edge-rushers to disrupt the quarterback. Anthony Barr was drafted ninth by Minnesota despite just two years of experience on defense because he recorded 23.5 sacks. 

The Falcons pick early on Day 2 and could use an outside edge-rusher after addressing their need on the offensive line Thursday. 

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