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Streameast NFL Draft? The Ultimate Guide to Knowing Everything You Need to Know

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The National Football League Draft is one of the most well-known and scrutinized periods of the season. With the 2015 NFL Draft less than a month away, teams across the league are beginning to make decisions on potential targets for the upcoming season. With the first round of the draft less than two months away, we’ve done our best to answer all of your questions about the event, including when is the NFL Draft, when will the draft take place in your city, who’s playing and where, and everything you need to know about the upcoming draft. So, let’s get to it. — This post will be updated as information becomes available.

When is the NFL Draft?

The 2015 NFL Draft is Thursday, April 30 at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT, 6 p.m. MT, 5 p.m. PT). The first round will air on the NFL Network, and the final will air on ESPN.

The draft will take place at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The stadium was previously known as MetLife Stadium, and it’s home to the National Football League’s New York Giants and New York Jets. It’s also the site of the 2016 Republican and Democratic National Conventions.

The annual event is known for sky-high expectations and plenty of hype, but also for being extremely unpredictable. This year’s draft is no different. With as many big-name prospects as there are, it’s anyone’s guess as to who will be selected in the first round.

When will the draft take place?

The 2015 NFL Draft is set to take place on Thursday, April 30. The first round will air live on the NFL Network, and the final will air on ESPN.

The first round of the draft will begin at 8 p.m. ET, with the rest of the first round and subsequent rounds to follow that evening on the same networks.

When is the NFL Draft in your city?

The draft will take place at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The stadium was previously known as MetLife Stadium, and it’s home to the National Football League’s New York Giants and New York Jets. It’s also the site of the 2016 Republican and Democratic National Conventions.

It’s not unusual for the event to be held in one location for several months, so there’s plenty of time to familiarize yourself with the city. For example, the draft was held in New York City in April and May 2014, and it was held in Philadelphia in May 2014. These events are always exciting and provide a great opportunity to get familiar with a new city and its residents.

Who’s playing and where?

The first round of the draft will kick off at 8 p.m. ET, with Rounds 2-7 to follow. Rounds 2-7 will air live on the NFL Network, and the rest of the first round and subsequent rounds will air live on ESPN.

As mentioned, the draft will take place at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It’s located in between Dallas and Fort Worth, and it’s home to the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins. Both teams are looking for new coaches and general managers, so it’s a good place to start.

Everything you need to know about the 2015 NFL Draft

The 2015 NFL Draft is the culmination of a year of buildup and a couple of months of anticipation. The event itself is an essential part of the offseason for every NFL team, but it’s particularly significant for the teams that don’t make the playoffs. That’s because the NFL Draft gives teams a chance to build through the draft, checking off many of the boxes set forth by a Super Bowl title.

After the first two rounds, each NFL team will have the option of taking a player in the third or fourth round. In the event that no team takes a player in the third or fourth round, the team that has the worst record at the end of the season will swap places with the other team in the worst-recordarantine zone.

The first round of the draft is typically where teams look to bolster their rosters. The following rounds are typically about finding bargains, and later rounds can be used to trade up for quality prospects or avoid being picked #100 overall.

Draft Recap: 2015 NFL Draft

The NFL Draft has become one of the most anticipated events of the year. With as many big-name prospects as there are, it’s anyone’s guess as to who will be selected in the first round. With that in mind, here’s a look at how the first round of the 2015 Streameast NFL Draft went.

1. Miami Dolphins trade their second-round pick (51st overall) to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for OL Charles Leno and a fifth-round pick (207th overall)

This pick was potentially used to select either Florida State OL Feleipe Franks or South Carolina State DE Jadeveon Clowney, but the Dolphins opted to trade it away. The Cowboys, meanwhile, got a third-round pick (75th overall) for the pick.

2. San Francisco 49ers trade their second-round pick (51st overall) to the New York Giants in exchange for OT Madison Appleton

This pick was used to acquire ILB Darron Lee from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were looking to improve their pass-rush. Lee, though, was traded to the New York Jets in exchange for a sixth-round pick (247th overall).

3. Cleveland Browns trade their first-round pick (29th overall) to the Arizona Cardinals for QB Carson Palmer and a sixth-round pick (216th overall)

The Cardinals got this pick in the trade that sent WR Michael Floyd to the Browns. In exchange, the Browns got to select Southern Cal CB Jaemi Haynesworth, who was diagnosed with testicular cancer after the draft.

Palmer was traded to the Browns in the offseason in exchange for a second-round pick (51st overall) that the team used to select QB Johnny Manziel.

4. New York Giants trade their third-round pick (77th overall) to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for OL Jahri Evans

This pick was used to acquire DE/OLB Alex Okafor from the Saints. Okafor, though, was traded to the Washington Redskins in exchange for a third-round pick (73rd overall) and a seventh-round pick (214th overall)

5. Philadelphia Eagles trade their first-round pick (36th overall) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for QB Mike Glennon, DB Mark Barron, and a sixth-round pick (206th overall)

This pick was used to select CB Byron Maxwell, a free agent signing who signed with the Buccaneers. Maxwell, meanwhile, was traded to the Eagles in exchange for a sixth-round pick (205th overall) and a seventh-round pick (214th overall)

6. New York Jets trade their first-round pick (28th overall) to the Denver Broncos in exchange for DEsQuotes-a-like Darrelle Revis and Daron Willis

This pick was used to select Denver’s Latavius Murray, who replaced Willis in the Jets’ starting lineup. Murray, meanwhile, was traded to the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for a second-round pick (51st overall) that the Vikings used to select QB Sam Bradford

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers trade their second-round pick (60th overall) to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for OT Joe Barksdale

This pick was used to select Florida International’s Jacquies Smith, who is now a member of the 49ers. Barksdale, meanwhile, was traded to the Buccaneers in exchange for a second-round pick (60th overall) and a seventh-round pick (214th overall)

8. St. Louis Rams trade their first-round pick (17th overall) to the Oakland Raiders in exchange for QB Austin Davis

This pick was used to select Oakland’s James

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