The NFL draft 2015 first and second rounds are live on ESPN for the TV coverage on Thursday and Friday and the coverage will be on WatchESPN for the live stream as Roger Goodell hosts the event in Chicago and the picks for teams will be coming through the weekend with round 4-7 coming on Saturday after Round 1 and Round 2 are complete.
The first round has coverage from the NFL Network and ESPN on Thursday night for the first round and both shows will have post-event analysis after the selections are made. The second round of the draft will begin on Friday at 7 pm ET and the coverage will also have the selections for Round 3. ESPN has coverage online and on TV for both the second and third rounds.
The Saturday schedule has the remaining rounds of the draft, with Rounds 4-7 and that coverage will begin at 12 pm noon ET on ESPN. The draft is being held at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago and this is the first time in many years that the draft will be held outside of New York City.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have the number one pick in the NFL draft and they are expected to pick Jameis Winston first overall, even with his past rape allegations. Marcus Mariota is another name to watch and both players will be away from Chicago and they could be the first two picks. The Titans have the number two pick and after that is the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders, Washington Redskins and New York Jets in the top six.