The first round of the 2021 NFL draft is in the books and will move ahead to the second and third rounds on Friday night.
The draft opened as everybody had expected, with the Jacksonville Jaguars selecting Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence with the No. 1 overall pick. In all, five quarterbacks were selected in the first round.
From a fan standpoint, this year's draft is projecting a return to normalcy, as the NFL set up with its massive stage contiguous to Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Browns' FirstEnergy Stadium on the shores of Lake Erie.
USA TODAY Sports will have live updates and analysis of all of the news from the event, including an up-to-the-minute tracker breaking down every pick in real time.
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Fans gather for the 2021 NFL draft at First Energy Stadium in Cleveland. (Photo: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports)
Here's everything you need to know about the draft:
What time does the 2021 NFL draft start Friday?
Day 2 of the NFL draft will begin Friday, April 30, at 7 p.m. ET. Day 3 of the NFL draft will begin Saturday, May 1, at noon ET.
What TV channel is the 2021 NFL draft on?
The NFL draft will be broadcast on ESPN, NFL Network and ABC.
How can I live stream the 2021 NFL draft?
The NFL draft will be streaming on WatchESPN and the NFL Mobile app. Streaming also available on fuboTV.
Where will the 2021 NFL draft take place?
The NFL draft is back on location as Cleveland will host this year's event. The draft will occur across downtown Cleveland locations that include FirstEnergy Stadium (home of the Browns), the Great Lakes Science Center and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
What's the order for 2021 NFL draft Rounds 2-3?
33. Jacksonville Jaguars
34. New York Jets
35. Atlanta Falcons
36. Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans)
37. Philadelphia Eagles
38. Cincinnati Bengals
39. Carolina Panthers
40. Denver Broncos
41. Detroit Lions
42. New York Giants
43. San Francisco 49ers
44. Dallas Cowboys
45. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota Vikings)
46. New England Patriots
47. Los Angeles Chargers
48. Las Vegas Raiders
49. Arizona Cardinals
50. Miami Dolphins
51. Washington Football Team
52. Chicago Bears
53. Tennessee Titans
54. Indianapolis Colts
55. Pittsburgh Steelers
56. Seattle Seahawks
57. Los Angeles Rams
58. Kansas City Chiefs (from Baltimore Ravens)
59. Cleveland Browns
60. New Orleans Saints
61. Buffalo Bills
62. Green Bay Packers
63. Kansas City Chiefs
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
65. Jacksonville Jaguars
66. Minnesota Vikings (from New York Jets)
67. Houston Texans
68. Atlanta Falcons
69. Cincinnati Bengals
70. Philadelphia Eagles
71. Denver Broncos
72. Detroit Lions
73. Carolina Panthers
74. Washington Football Team (from San Francisco 49ers)
75. Dallas Cowboys
76. New York Giants
77. Los Angeles Chargers
78. Minnesota Vikings
79. Las Vegas Raiders (from Arizona Cardinals)
80. Las Vegas Raiders
81. Miami Dolphins
82. Washington Football Team
83. Chicago Bears
84. Dallas Cowboys (from Indianapolis Colts through Philadelphia Eagles)
85. Tennessee Titans
86. Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle Seahawks through New York Jets)
87. Pittsburgh Steelers
88. Los Angeles Rams
89. Cleveland Browns
90. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore Ravens)
91. Cleveland Browns (from New Orleans Saints)
92. Green Bay Packers
93. Buffalo Bills
94. Baltimore Ravens (from Kansas City Chiefs)
95. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
96. New England Patriots (compensatory selection)
97. Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection)
98. New Orleans Saints (compensatory selection)
99. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection)
100. Tennessee Titans (compensatory selection)
101. Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams; compensatory selection)
102. San Francisco 49ers (special compensatory selection)
103. Los Angeles Rams (special compensatory selection)
104. Baltimore Ravens (special compensatory selection)
105. New Orleans Saints (special compensatory selection)
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