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AUBURN, AL - SEPTEMBER 18:  Da'Quan Bowers #93 of the Clemson Tigers against the Auburn Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Auburn, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Kevin RobertsSenior Writer INovember 26, 2016

The 2011 NFL draft came and went with the first round on Thursday night, and now we’re gearing up to kick off Day Two of our draft coverage with the New England Patriots on the clock with the 33rd pick to start round two.

You can watch it all live on ESPN (I know I will), but if you want a more personalized and engaging experience, come join us at NFLSoup.com as we track each player selection LIVE in our Day Two 2011 NFL Draft Tracker.

We're taking it another notch up, too. Our top three writers are joining us again for Day 2 of the 2011 NFL draft to chat with you about the draft and everything else NFL-related. Come on over before the draft to get things rolling. Feel free to stick around after the draft is over for discussion and thoughts about the first round of the draft, as well!

The action starts TONIGHT at 6:00 pm ET, but feel free to enter the chat early to get the conversation rolling.

Then come back on Saturday so we can do it all again! Click here to join the discussion in our LIVE NFL draft chat!

Follow our experts on Twitter at @NFLSoupKevin, @NFLSoupTaylor, @NFLSoupKeet and @NFLSoup.

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