NFL Draft: Live Updates, Results, News, Rumors and Instant Analysis


The 2020 NFL Draft is in full swing and the second of three days will officially start at 7:00 pm this evening. On the menu, two rounds and 74 selections combined, which will make a Friday evening entertaining – in particular from the point of view of the New England Patriots: the team has 13 high-level selections for the last six rounds, and has l ‘one of the most valuable portfolio projects in the league.

As always, we will have a lot of coverage today and tomorrow (and beyond), so be sure to check Pats Pulpit regularly for all the latest news, rumors and analysis. As for the second day, here is everything you need to know – as well as our live tracker which is regularly updated once the second and third rounds of the project are underway.

When: Friday, April 24 at 7:00 p.m. ET

Or: Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas NV Across the United States

Television: ABC, ESPN, NFL network

Direct: FuboTV (7-day free trial / subscribe here), ESPN + (subscribe here), Disney Plus (subscribe here)

Time by choice: Round 2: 7 minutes; Round 3: 5 minutes

Round 1:

2nd round: 2-37

Round 3: 3-71, 3-87, 3-98, 3-100

Round 4: 4-125, 4-139

Round 5: 5-172

Round 6: 6-195, 6-204, 6-212, 6-213

Round 7: 7-230

New England enters the second day of the draft with a record 13 caps and a combined draft value of 410.58 points on the Rich Hill table – second in the NFL.

Strategist: Jacob Eason (Washington), Jake Fromm (Georgia), Jalen Hurts (Oklahoma)

Wide receiver: Chase Claypool (Notre Dame), KJ Hamler (Penn State), Tee Higgins (Clemson), Bryan Edwards (South Carolina), Van Jefferson (Florida), Denzel Mims (Baylor), Michael Pittman Jr. (USC), Laviska Shenault Jr. (Colorado)

Close end: Hunter Bryant (Washington), Brycen Hopkins (Purdue), Cole Kmet (Notre Dame), Adam Trautman (Dayton)

Offensive interior: Lloyd Cushenberry III (LSU), Matt Hennessy (Temple), Robert Hunt (Louisiane-Lafayette), Damien Lewis (LSU)

Offensive tackle: Ezra Cleveland (Boise State), Josh Jones (Houston), Lucas Niang (TCU), Matthew Peart (Connecticut), Prince Tega Wanogho (Auburn)

Defensive tackle: Ross Blacklock (TCU), Marlon Davidson (Auburn), Raekwon Davis (Alabama), Jordan Elliott (Missouri), Neville Gallimore (Oklahoma), Justin Madubuike (Texas A&M)

Defensive edge: UN J. Epenesa (Iowa), Yetur Gross-Matos (Penn State), Julian Okwara (Notre Dame), Terrell Lewis (Alabama), Joshua Uche (Michigan), Jabari Zuniga (Florida)

Linebacker: Zack Baun (Wisconsin), Akeem Davis-Gaither (Appalachian State), Malik Harrison (Ohio State), Logan Wilson (Wyoming)

Security: Jeremy Chinn (southern Illinois), Ashtyn Davis (California), Grant Delpit (LSU), Kyle Dugger (Lenoir-Rhyne), Xavier McKinney (Alabama), Antoine Winfield Jr. (Minnesota)


The Patriots have had over 70 player meetings reported in the draft process. (source)

The Patriots should spot a quarterback in one of the first three laps. (source)

The Patriots are said to be one of three teams interested in Notre Dame’s tight end Cole Kmet. (source)

The Patriots would look to drop in the second round to get even more choice. ((source)

Bears, giants and saints all seek to climb the ladder in the second round.

2-33 Cincinnati Bengals: WR Tee Higgins, Clemson

2-34 Indianapolis Colts: WR Michael Pittman Jr, USC

2-35 Detroit lions: RB D’Andre Swift, Georgia

2-36 New York Giants: S Xavier McKinney, Alabama

2-37 New England Patriots: S Kyle Dugger, Lenoir-Ryhne

2-38 Carolina Panthers: DE Yetur Gross-Matos, State of Penn

2-39 Miami Dolphins: OT Robert Hunt, Louisiana

2-40 Houston Texans: DT Ross Blacklock, TCU

2-41 TRADE Cleveland Browns -> Indianapolis Colts: RB Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

2-42 Jacksonville Jaguars: WR Laviska Shenault Jr, Colorado

2-43 Chicago Bears

2-44 Indianapolis Colts

2-45 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2-46 Denver Broncos

2-47 Atlanta Falcons

2-48 New York Jets

2-49 Pittsburgh Steelers

2-50 Chicago Bears

2-51 Dallas Cowboys

2-52 Los Angeles Rams

2-53 Philadelphia Eagles

2-54 Buffalo Bills

2-55 Baltimore crows

2-56 Miami Dolphins

2-57 Los Angeles Rams

2-58 Minnesota Vikings

2-59 Seattle Seahawks

2-60 Baltimore Ravens

2-61 Tennessee Titans

2-62 Green Bay Packers

2-63 Kansas City Chefs

2-64 Seattle Seahawks

3-65 Cincinnati Bengals

3-66 Washington Redskins

3-67 Detroit Lions

3-68 New York Jets

3-69 Carolina Panthers

3-70 Miami Dolphins

3-71 New England Patriots

3-72 Arizona Cardinals

3-73 Jacksonville Jaguars

3-74 Cleveland Browns

3-75 Indianapolis Colts

3-76 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

3-77 Denver Broncos

3-78 Atlanta Falcons

3-79 New York Jets

3-80 Las Vegas Raiders

3-81 Las Vegas Raiders

3-82 Dallas Cowboys

3-83 Denver Broncos

3-84 Los Angeles Rams

3-85 Detroit Lions

3-86 Buffalo Bills

3-87 New England Patriots

3-88 New Orleans Saints

3-89 Minnesota Vikings

3-90 Houston Texans

3-91 Las Vegas Raiders

3-92 Baltimore Ravens

3-93 Tennessee Titans

3-94 Green Bay Packers

3-95 Denver Broncos

3-96 Kansas City chefs

3-97 Cleveland Browns

3-98 New England Patriots

3-99 New York Giants

3-100 New England Patriots

3-101 Seattle Seahawks

3-102 Pittsburgh Steelers

3-103 Philadelphia Eagles

3-104 Los Angeles Rams

3-105 Minnesota Vikings

3-106 Baltimore Ravens

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