What time is 2024 NFL draft Friday? Time, draft order and how to watch Day 2

What time is 2024 NFL draft Friday? Time, draft order and how to watch Day 2

One down, six to go.

Thursday’s first round to the 2024 NFL draft is in the rearview mirror, making way for Friday and its double dose of action with Rounds 2 and 3.

The Buffalo Bills will be on the clock first after working out a deal with the Carolina Panthers that helped the Panthers get into the first round and draft wide receiver Xavier Legette. The Green Bay PackersHouston TexansPhiladelphia Eagles and Washington Commanders all have two picks in the second round, while the Commanders and Arizona Cardinals each have three picks in the third round. The gives the Commanders a league-high five picks on Day 2. The Minnesota Vikings are the only team without a pick on Friday.

Here’s what to know about the second day of the 2024 NFL draft:

When does 2024 NFL draft start Friday?

The draft begins at 7 p.m. ET at Campus Martius Park in Detroit.

The Buffalo Bills will be on the clock first, and there will be 68 players drafted over two rounds − 32 picks in the second round and 36 in the third. This includes five compensatory picks at the end of Round 3.

How to watch 2024 NFL draft Friday

Live coverage of the NFL draft can be found on ABC, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and the NFL Network.

Streaming coverage is also available on ESPN+, YouTube TV, Hulu+ Live TV, Fubo TV and Sling TV.

How many rounds are in 2024 NFL draft?

There are seven rounds in the NFL draft, spread over a three-day period. The first round took place on Thursday, and Rounds 4-7 will take place on Saturday.

NFL draft 2024 order Friday

Round 2

33. Buffalo Bills (from Carolina Panthers)

34. New England Patriots

35. Arizona Cardinals

36. Washington Commanders

37. Los Angeles Chargers

38. Tennessee Titans

39. Carolina Panthers (from New York Giants)

40. Washington Commanders (from Chicago Bears)

41. Green Bay Packers (from New York Jets)

42. Houston Texans (from Minnesota Vikings)

43. Atlanta Falcons

44. Las Vegas Raiders

45. New Orleans Saints (from Denver Broncos)

46. Indianapolis Colts

47. New York Giants (from Seattle Seahawks)

48. Jacksonville Jaguars

49. Cincinnati Bengals

50. Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans Saints)

51. Pittsburgh Steelers

52. Los Angeles Rams

53. Philadelphia Eagles

54. Cleveland Browns

55. Miami Dolphins

56. Dallas Cowboys

57. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

58. Green Bay Packers

59. Houston Texans

60. Buffalo Bills

61. Detroit Lions

62. Baltimore Ravens

63. San Francisco 49ers

64. Kansas City Chiefs

Round 3

65. Carolina Panthers

66. Arizona Cardinals

67. Washington Commanders

68. New England Patriots

69. Los Angeles Chargers

70. New York Giants

71. Arizona Cardinals (from Tennessee Titans)

72. New York Jets

73. Dallas Cowboys (from Detroit Lions through Minnesota Vikings)

74. Atlanta Falcons

75. Chicago Bears

76. Denver Broncos

77. Las Vegas Raiders

78. Washington Commanders (from Seattle Seahawks)

79. Atlanta Falcons (from Jacksonville Jaguars)

80. Cincinnati Bengals

81. Seattle Seahawks (from New Orleans Saints through Denver Broncos)

82. Indianapolis Colts

83. Los Angeles Rams

84. Pittsburgh Steelers

85. Cleveland Browns

86. Houston Texans (from Philadelphia Eagles)

87. Dallas Cowboys

88. Green Bay Packers

89. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

90. Arizona Cardinals (from Houston Texans)

91. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo Bills)

92. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Detroit Lions)

93. Baltimore Ravens

94. San Francisco 49ers

95. Buffalo Bills (from Kansas City Chiefs)

96. Jacksonville Jaguars (compensatory selection)

97. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection)

98. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Philadelphia Eagles; special compensatory selection)

99. Los Angeles Rams (special compensatory selection)

100. Washington Commanders (from San Francisco 49ers; special compensatory selection)

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