2014 NFL Draft: Updated Order, TV Schedule, Live Stream Info and Full Results

Brian MaziqueCorrespondent IIIMay 10, 2014

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The first two days of the 2014 NFL draft featured a whirlwind of wheeling and dealing. The transactions have caused the draft order to look a lot different than it did before the event began.

On the final day of the draft, Rounds 4-7 will commence, and teams will add the final touches to their draft mosaic.

Which teams have created a masterpiece? Which ones are simply finger painting? 

Here's the information needed to follow the action on Saturday.

Saturday, May 10Noon, ET4-7ESPN, NFL NetworkWatch ESPN

Need an update on who was picked and where? The NFL.com draft tracker will keep you up to date on every pick, from every round. The order is updated with every trade and selection.


Teams to Watch on Day 3

San Francisco 49ers

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General manager Trent Baalke's ability to find late-round gems is being tested big time. The Niners had picks on Day 2, and heading into the Day 3, the team has five more picks.

If Baalke and the rest of the Niners' brain trust can find productive players for the team in this draft, it'll go a long way toward ensuring the team remains competitive for years to come.

Cornerback could be a position the Niners hit again on Day 3. It seems in the NFL, you can never have too many.

Here's what Baalke told Scott Kegley of 49ers.com about the way he evaluates players at the position.

At every position, you’re looking at key traits that you feel they need to be successful, and it’s no different at the corner position. They have to be explosive athletes, they have to be instinctive, they have to have a short memory because in this game, you’re going to get beat.

We'll see if the Niners can find players who fit the profile on Saturday.


Chicago Bears

Jay Cutler signed a seven-year contract just after the offseason. But after Cutler, the team has only Jordan Palmer and Jerrod Johnson behind him on the depth chart.

Should the Bears take a quarterback late to add some depth? You bet they should.

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Even if it's just a developmental player, it would behoove the Bears to target a guy who figures to fit into head coach Marc Trestman's system.

It would be great to have more options than Palmer and Johnson, this year and beyond, in the event of a Cutler injury.

A player like Washington's Keith Price might be of interest.

Price has some physical tools, but he could benefit from the tutelage of Trestman and a year or two to observe the game from the sidelines.