2013 NFL Draft television schedule, dates and time

It may be spring, but it's time for some armchair quarterbacking of the NFL picks. Photo: 2013 NFL Draft Picks are held at Radio City Music Hall AP photo

WASHINGTON, April 25, 2013 — For the next three days, football fanatics will be focused on one thing and one thing only: the 2013 NFL draft picks. For some teams, those picks can make or doom a team. Some teams are so far in the basement that anyone would be better than what they have.

So grab a beer, some nachos and let the nail biter begin as you once more become an armchair quarterback.

Here is the TV schedule for the 2013 NFL draft that once again is held at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, starting tonight at 8 p.m. and continuing through Saturday, April 27.

Thursday, April 25:

First Round Draft Picks — 8 p.m. ET

Approximately 10 minutes per pick

Friday, April 26:

Second and Third Round Draft Picks — 6:30 p.m. ET

Round 2 — 7 minutes per pick

Round 3 — 5 minutes per pick

Saturday, April 27:

Fourth through Seventh Round Draft Picks — noon ET

Rounds 4 to 7 — 5 minutes per pick

Where to Watch or Listen

ESPN or NFL Network will be showing the drafts live. The NFL network can be found on Direct TV Channel 212, Dish Network 154 and Comcast 547.

If you can’t watch the draft, you can listen on SiriusXM NFL Radio Channel 88 for the pick-by-pick analysis. ESPN will also run a live stream via WatchESPN.

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