NFL Draft 2018 Schedule: Start Time, TV Channel, Live Stream, Order, Odds, Prop Bets And Predictions
The 2018 NFL Draft is just a few hours away, but it’s not too late to get a bet in on the impending results. This is the second year that Nevada sportsbooks are allowing wagers on the outcome of the event, which begins tonight at 7 p.m. ET (a full schedule and viewing guide can be found below), following in the footsteps of offshore books that have been offering NFL Draft props for years.
|Round||Date||Start Time (ET)||TV||Live Stream|
|1||Thursday, April 26||8 p.m.||FOX, ESPN, NFLN||FoxSportsGo, WatchESPN, NFL.com|
|2-3||Friday, April 27||7 p.m.||FOX, ESPN, NFLN||FoxSportsGo, WatchESPN, NFL.com|
|4-7||Saturday, April 28||12 p.m.||ABC, ESPN, NFLN||WatchESPN, NFL.com|
Draft Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
Updated Draft Order: Click here
We’re just hours away from one of the most anticipated NFL drafts in recent memory, when history will be made.The 2018 NFL Draft in Arlington, Texas will make history in a matter of hours as a first-time draft host, and hundreds of prospects will make history for themselves as the newest class of NFL rookies.
There’s good news for you, too, because you can watch that history unfold in real time — for free — thanks to three days of coverage scheduled on CBS Sports HQ.Change the way you listen to NFL news, subscribe to the Pick Six Podcast with Will Brinson and you’ll be the most informed fan at your NFL Draft party.
CBS Sports HQ, a 24-hour streaming sports network powered by CBS Sports and CBS Interactive, will be live from the draft starting on Thursday, April 26, for three days of draft coverage. All sports will be part of HQ coverage as usual, but from 7 p.m. Thursday until 1 a.m. Sunday morning, there will be exclusive breakdowns of all things NFL from the Dallas Cowboys’ home stadium.
CBS Sports HQ can be watched 24/7, for free, from a desktop at CBSSports.com/live, but it is also available on the CBS Sports app for Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Roku; and the CBS Sports mobile app. If you sign up for the CBS Sports app, we’ll even alert you to segments about your favorite teams.
HQ will also be streaming live on Twitter and Facebook for the draft.