All Seahawks fans need to know about rounds 2 and 3 of the 2023 NFL draft

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The first round of the 2023 NFL draft is over, but Friday brings two more rounds (like, rounds 2 and 3, of course). Seattle Seahawks fans saw the team take two players in round 1 and the team currently holds three picks on day 2. Two of those choices are in the second round (picks 37 and 52) and one is in the third (pick 83).

Seattle's first pick in the second round is pick 37 so it will happen pretty quickly after the draft re-starts on Friday. There are plenty of good players still available, so assuming the Seahawks don't trade back Seattle should add another potential starter at pick 37. Time will tell, obviously, but Seattle appears to be having another successful draft that should be as impactful as the 2022 version was.

Seattle chose cornerback Devon Witherspoon with pick 5. Witherspoon is a tenacious corner who should help in both the passing game and in run defense. At pick 20, the Seahawks took receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba. Smith-Njigba is a very smooth route runner who should be a good WR3 to start his career.

How Seahawks fans can watch, listen, and stream the second and third rounds of the 2023 NFL draft

When does it happen?

Friday's part of the 2023 draft starts one hour earlier than Thursdays. 12s can tune in at 4 pm PT to start watching. There are 7 minutes, as opposed to 10 minutes in the first round, between picks so the selections will come a bit faster.

How to watch, stream and listen

Just like round 1, you can catch entire draft coverage on ABC, ESPN, and the NFL Network. You can stream the draft on the ESPN app and NFL+. You can also sign up for fuboTV and watch all the action unfold there as well.

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If you want to watch the draft on TV but get tired of the same talking heads speaking about the same things over and over, you can tune into Seattle Sports and listen to local Seattle peeps discuss what is happening. This is a bit better if you are only interested in what the Seahawks are doing. But there's nothing wrong with that, right?