The NFL Draft 2020 is officially underway, and it’s a lot different this year due to the fact we’re currently undergoing coronavirus quarantine.
Fortunately, the draft is going ahead – just in a virtual format. There is also a fundraiser going on which is aimed at tackling the COVID-19 spread and providing relief to those in need.
The draft is taking place from team homes, using platforms like Zoom and Skype to broadcast their selections. The pick is made on the draft channel on Microsoft Teams.
All of the rounds are being simulcast on ESPN and NFL Network, with ABC broadcasting its own version for Rounds 1-3 on Thursday and Friday.
The second and third rounds take place on Friday, April 24 from 7pm ET. They can be broadcast on ESPN, ABC and the NFL Network.
To stream online with a service, your options include fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV and AT&T TV Now.
Sling TV offers Draft streaming for FREE with its Happy Hour feature. Meanwhile, FuboTV and Hulu with Live TV let viewers enjoy a 7 day free trial, as do select packages on AT&T TV Now.
The final rounds – 4-7 – air on Saturday, April 25 from 12pm ET.