If you’re looking for information on how and when to catch the 2023 NFL Draft, we’ve got you covered here.
The National Football League’s annual first-year player draft is underway, and this year it’s being held at the home of the defending Super Bowl Champions. No one knew, of course, that the Kansas City Chiefs would be the NFL’s best team at this juncture when the league awarded the traveling draft experience to K.C., but this year’s three-day event has proven to be an exciting extension of a long celebration for fans in Chiefs Kingdom.
Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce brought out the Lombardi Trophy to kick off the festivities before the opening round on Thursday night at Union Station. From there, team owner Clark Hunt brought it back out before announcing the team’s official first round choice at No. 31 overall—an honor that was bestowed upon Kansas State pass rusher Felix Anudike-Uzomah.
While the first round is the most watched and receives the lion’s share of attention, it’s only a small fraction of the total activity that goes on throughout the draft weekend. On Friday night, the draft kicks into day two and Rounds 2 and 3 will both be completed by the time everyone goes home for the night.
So how can you catch this year’s second and third rounds? We’ve got all of the information for you below. If you are wanting specifics on Round 3, there’s no way of knowing an exact start time since each team is allotted seven minutes apiece in this second round. If each team uses their complete allotment, then that will be 224 minutes of draft action just to make it into Round 3, which only allows five minutes per pick.
2023 NFL Draft – Round 2 FAQ
Where: Kansas City, Missouri
When: Friday, April 28 @ 6:00 p.m. C.T.
How to Watch: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network, ESPN Deportes
How to Listen: SiriusXM NFL Radio, ESPN Radio