2024 NFL draft: How and when Seahawks fans can watch Day 3

Day 3 of the 2024 NFL draft is on Saturday, April 27.
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The final day of the 2024 NFL draft will cause an earlier wake-up time for Seattle Seahawks fans. Maybe brunch and draft? As opposed to the late afternoon sessions of Day 1 and Day 2, 12s can forget about going to market early on Saturday if they want to tune into Day 3.

This is because the third and final day of the 2024 NFL draft will begin at 9 am PT. The last day will feature rounds four through seven and that is a good thing for Seahawks fans because Seattle has a lot of choices still to be made. In fact, had you opted out of watching days one and two of the draft, you could not be faulted for doing so.

In the first round, Seattle had one pick and chose defensive tackle Byron Murphy II out of Texas. He should be a great fit in new head coach Mike Macdonald's scheme and improve as his early career blossoms. The great thing for Murphy in his rookie season is he gets to play next to Leonard Williams so he is going to get some assistance in growing to be great.

How Seattle Seahawks fans can watch all the picks on Day 3 of the 2024 NFL draft

Seattle didn't have a lot of choices on day two either, but on the final day, it's a Seahawks smorgasbord. Blink and you might miss a Seattle pick. Plus, Seattle has a history of taking game-changing players in round five since general manager John Schneider came to help run the team in 2010. 12s will remember fondly the names of Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor - both fifth-round selections.

Seattle needs to find offensive and defensive line depth on day three, plus some help for the special teams. Maybe Seattle finds that. But how can see that happen?

All of the same networks that have shown the 2024 NFL draft for the first few days will broadcast the last day as well. That includes ABC, ESPN, the NFL Network, ESPN2, and ESPN Deportes. The time between each pick between rounds four through six will be five minutes and in round seven the time is only four minutes. In other words, the draft will feel as if it is flying by compared to round one especially.

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