How Seahawks fans can watch, stream, and listen to first round of 2024 NFL draft

How to watch the first round of the 2024 NFL draft.
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The 2024 NFL draft begins on Thursday, April 25 at 5 pm PT. The Seattle Seahawks are currently slated to pick at number 16. This might be expected to change as Seattle could trade back in the first round in hopes of picking up a second-round choice. If Seattle stands pat, 12s can expect Seattle to make their choice about 7:40 pm PT. (One will need to keep an eye on the draft, however, to make sure they don't miss the pick.)

The draft will be held in downtown Detroit, Michigan. If you are wanting to go, the event is free, but 12s will have to register to enter. Plus, you would need to work out the cost of a plane flight, hotel room, and how much it will cost you and yours to eat.

But let's say you are not going to the draft and you want to sit home and watch the event on television. How can you do that? What channel or channels is the draft on? We here at 12th man Rising happen to have that information.

How Seattle Seahawks fans can watch, stream, and listen to the first round of the 2024 NFL draft

The 2024 NFL draft, to be honest, will be difficult to miss even if you do not want to watch. The event will be held on five different channels. Those are ABC, the NFL Network, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN Deportes. You might want to flip back and forth just to hear different discussions about different picks. You also will need to check your local listings for exactly which channel all those networks are on.

If you want to stream the draft instead, you can do that as well. If you have a cable subscription, you can get on the ESPN or ABC apps and stream. If you have an NFL+ subscription, you can stream the draft as well. If you are a Canadian 12, you can stream the draft on DAZN or TSN with a subscription.

If you want to listen and not watch, you can tune is to SiriusXM with s asubscription. Some sports stations around the country will carry the live broadcast on Westwood One Sports. ESPN Radio will also have the draft live on the radio.

Even if you wanted to avoid the NFL draft that might be difficult. The event is simply showing on far too many channels. But why would a Seattle Seahawks fan want to miss the draft anyway, right?

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