NFL draft 2018 – Watch online every picks from start to finish

The hotly anticipated NFL draft 2018 is just hours away and you can’t miss the live action of such a popular game. For the first time, the event will be taking place in Arlington, Texas and we are here to help you get the live coverage of this event. The 2018 NFL draft officially begins on Thursday, April 26, and runs through Saturday, April 28.

For the annual selection, it will take place at 7 p.m. E.T (Friday: Rounds 2-3, Saturday, 12 p.m: Rounds 4-7) and Commissioner Roger Goodell will be on stage to perform it. You can catch the live action of this on NFL Network, ESPN Deportes, ESPN2, and ESPN. However, if you lack cable you can enjoy the live event using a free trial with FuboTV.

How to watch the 2018 NFL Draft

Friday: NFL Network, FOX Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes
Saturday: NFL Network, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes

Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free).

Additionally, CBS Sports HQ will also be covering the live stream of the NFL draft for the entire three days. The event will be commencing on a Thursday, April 26, 7 p. m, all the way to Sunday 1 a. m. Plan your time well and get the exclusive live breakdown of all the activities from the famous Dallas Cowboys’ home stadium.

Here’s the full pick-by-pick results. We’ve got everything you need to know to follow the draft from start to finish.

Pick No. 100: The Chiefs select Dorian O’Daniel, Clemson OLB.

Pick No. 99: The Broncos select Isaac Yiadom, Boston College CB.

Pick No. 98: The Texans select Jordan Akins, UCF TE.

Pick No. 97: The Cardinals select Mason Cole, Michigan C.

Pick No. 96: The Bills select Harrison Phillips, Stanford DT.

Pick No. 95: The 49ers select Tarvarius Moore, Southern Miss S.

Pick No. 94: The Bucs select Alex Cappa, Humboldt State OT.

Pick No. 93: The Jaguars select Ronnie Harrison, Alabama S.

Pick No. 92: The Steelers select Chukwuma Okorafor, WMU OT.

Pick No. 91: The Saints select Tre’Quan Smith, UCF WR.

Pick No. 90: The Falcons select Deadrin Senat, USF DT.

Pick No. 89: The Rams select Joe Noteboom, TCU OT.

Pick No. 88: The Packers select Oren Burks, Vanderbilt OLB.

Pick No. 87: The Raiders select Arden Key, LSU DE.

Pick No. 86: The Ravens select Mark Andrews, Oklahoma TE.

Pick No. 85: The Panthers select Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee CB.

Pick No. 84: The Chargers select Justin Jones, NC State DT.

Pick No. 83: The Ravens select Orlando Brown, Oklahoma OT.

Pick No. 82: The Lions select Tracy Walker, UL Lafayette S.

Pick No. 81: The Cowboys select Michael Gallup, Colorado State WR.

Pick No. 80: The Texans select Martinas Rankin, Mississippi State OT.

Pick No. 79: The Seahawks select Rasheem Green, USC DE.

Picks No. 77 and 78: The Bengals select Sam Hubbard, Ohio State DE, and Malik Jefferson, Oklahoma State OLB.

Pick No. 76: The Steelers select Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State QB.

77. Cincinnati Bengals: DE Sam Hubbard, Ohio State

78. Cincinnati Bengals: LB Malik Jefferson, Texas

79. Seattle Seahawks (trade down): DL Rasheem Green, USC

80. Houston Texans: OL Martinas Rankin, Mississippi State

81. Dallas Cowboys: WR Michael Gallup, Colorado State

82. Detroit Lions: DB Tracy Walker, Louisiana-Lafayette

83. Baltimore Ravens: OL Orlando Brown, Oklahoma

84. Los Angeles Chargers: DL Justin Jones, N.C. State

85. Carolina Panthers: CB Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee

86. Baltimore Ravens (trade down): TE Mark Andrews, Oklahoma

87. Oakland Raiders (trade up): EDGE Arden Key, LSU

88. Green Bay Packers (trade up): LB Oren Burks, Vanderbilt

89. Los Angeles Rams (trade down): OL Joseph Noteboom, TCU

90. Atlanta Falcons: DL Deadrin Senat, USF

91. New Orleans Saints: WR Tre’Quan Smith, UCF

92. Pittsburgh Steelers: OL Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan

93. Jacksonville Jaguars: S Ronnie Harrison, Alabama

94. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (trade up): OL Alex Cappa, Humboldt Staet

95. San Francisco 49ers: S Tarvarius Moore, Southern Miss

96. Buffalo Bills: DL Harrison Phillips, Stanford

97. Arizona Cardinals: C Mason Cole, Michigan

98. Houston Texans: TE Jordan Atkins, UCF

99. Denver Broncos: CB Isaac Yiadom, Boston College

100. Kansas City Chiefs (trade up): LB Dorian O’Daniel, Clemson

How to watch NFL draft live on NFL Network

NFL channels alongside FOX and ESPN will actually be the official TV channels where you can watch the live action of the NFL draft from Dallas Cowboys’ home stadium Arlington, Texas. All you have to do is signup to the NFL Network and if possible you can subscribe so that you can get all the live feeds.

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How to watch 2018 NFL draft on Fubo TV.

Fubo TV will actually offer you a live access to the event through live streaming online. All you have to do is to sign up and register for a seven days trial and you will actually get to watch the live action.

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