Detroit Lions 2023 NFL Draft Streaming Watch Party- Round 1 Highlights, And Reactions To NFL Draft

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Mike Kimber and the panel are doing a live Detroit lion 2023 NFL draft watch party for rounds 1. In this stream, you will have live reactions to the picks and selections made in the 2023 NFL draft live. Live analysis of each selection and what will occur in the draft.

The Detroit Lions are getting everything squared away and doing their final preparations for the 2023 NFL Draft, which is beginning today. It will take place in Kansas City and run through the first of the month on Saturday, April 29, when things wrap up.

The Detroit Lions possess the sixth overall pick in this draft, which will be the third draft under this regime. General Manager (GM) Brad Holmes will work with head coach Dan Campbell to have a successful 2023 NFL Draft.

It has been a crazy time leading up to the draft, and things have been all over the map with teams trading up and down, but fans will finally get a chance to see what the Lions will do with the second overall pick. Lions draft rumors have the Lions potentially trading up and down in the draft.

Here’s a preview for the Detroit Lions 2023 NFL Draft, which begins today.
Here’s what fans can expect for the 2023 NFL Draft, starting with when the rounds will take place and what time they will kick-off.

Rounds 1: Thursday, April 27 at 8 pm (ET)
Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 28 at 7 pm (ET)
Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 29 at 12 pm (ET)

The draft party will begin at 7:30 pm (ET) on April 27th, ahead of the first round kicking off.

Detroit Lions 2023 NFL Draft picks – full list:

NFL Draft Order:
1) Carolina Panthers (from Chicago)
2) Houston Texans
3) Arizona Cardinals
4) Indianapolis Colts
5) Seattle Seahawks (from Denver)
6) Detroit Lions (from L.A. Rams)
7) Las Vegas Raiders
8) Atlanta Falcons
9) Chicago Bears (from Carolina)
10) Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans)
11) Tennessee Titans
12) Houston Texans (from Cleveland)
13) New York Jets
14) New England Patriots
15) Green Bay Packers
16) Washington’s Commanders
17) Pittsburgh Steelers
18) Detroit Lions
19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
20) Seattle Seahawks
21) Los Angeles Chargers
22) Baltimore Ravens
23) Minnesota Vikings
24) Jacksonville Jaguars
25) New York Giants
26) Dallas Cowboys
27) Buffalo Bills
28) Cincinnati Bengals
29) New Orleans Saints (from San Francisco through Miami and Denver)
30) Philadelphia Eagles
31) Kansas City Chiefs

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