NFL Draft 2019: How can I watch? Live stream, television information, draft order and more ahead of first round

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NFL Draft 2019 LIVE - Every first round pick, grades and more with Kyler Murray set to go first overall in Nashville

The NFL Draft is here with the football world descending on Nashville to welcome a new class to the professional game.

All eyes are on Kyler Murray, who declared for the draft after walking away from a career in baseball after being drafted by the Oakland Athletics.

But the mercurial quarterback represents a risk as the No 1 pick overall and would mean the Cardinals moving on just a year after drafting fellow signal caller Josh Rosen.

Ripping it up and starting again under Murray appears to be in play, but dominant defensive talents Nick Bosa, Josh Allen and Quinnen Williams look ready to energise their teams wherever they land.

You can follow how it all unfolds on the Independent’s live blog, or watch the drama from Nashville on television or live stream it – more of which below.

How can I follow the draft?

You can follow every pick here at Independent Sport, with a live blog on each night.

How can I watch the NFL draft?

UK viewers will be able to watch the draft on Sky Sports, the broadcast will begin at 12:30am on Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Main Event.

While US viewers can tune in on ABC, ESPN and NFL Network over the course of the three days.

Quinnen Williams is a highly-rated defensive prospect (Getty)

Can I live stream the draft?

Yes, you can live stream the draft using Sky Go or NFL Game Pass, where you will be able to watch NFL Network’s broadcast.

US fans can stream the event via the league’s official app, as well as the ESPN app.

When is the draft?

The first round is on Thursday, April 25, with the second an third rounds on Friday, April 26 and the fourth to seventh rounds on Saturday, April 27.

Nick Bosa missed his senior season at Ohio State but shone at the Combine (Getty)

What time does the draft start?

The first round starts at 8pm ET (1am GMT) on Thursday. The second round begins at 7pm ET (12am GMT) on Friday, while the fourth and final rounds begin at 12pm ET (5pm GMT) on Saturday.

Where is the draft?

The draft is being held in Nashville, Tennessee, home of the Titans, for the first time.

Chicago, Philadelphia and Dallas have taken it in turns over the last three years after 14 successive years of New York hosting the iconic event.

Kyler Murray is projected to go No 1 overall (Getty Images for SiriusXM)

What is the first round order?

(Total number of picks for 2019 Draft)

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

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