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NFL Draft 2011 Notes: This Week's Big Show
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Round one of the NFL Draft will conclude on Thursday by about 10:30 pm.  In 2010, the first round consumed three hours and 28 minutes. The second and third rounds too four hours and six minutes in 2010. The draft will conclude at about 6 pm on Saturday, April 30th with the final four rounds. Rounds 4 though 7 took seven hours and eight minutes in 2010.
 


Representatives of the 32 clubs by telephone communication with their general managers, coaches and scouts.

Round 1: 10 minutes per selection. Round 2: Seven minutes per selection. Rounds 3 through 7: Five minutes per selection:

NFL Network and ESPN/ESPN2 will televise the draft all three days.

Exclusive converge and behind-the-scenes features on NFL.com and team websites for draft weekend will include:  "Draft Tracker" with real-time selection information as well as exclusive pick-by-pick analysis from NFL.com's experts; exclusive interactive features, including "Fan War Rooms" where fans can discuss their favorite team's picks. an aggregation of tweets sand Twitter predictor tool enabling fans to follow the draft conversation happening on Twitter; and polls on the NFL's Facebook page; NFL.com's LIVE coverage complementing NFL Network's telecast Saturday; and in-depth coverage from each team website. In addition, "NFL Mobile only from Verizon: will have extensive coverage leading up and during the2011 draft. including a live stream of NFL Network and its 2011 NFL Draft coverage, a live draft tracker and draft pick analysis from NFL experts, and the first mobile "Fan War Rooms" integrated with those of NFL.com.

 

...(Order your 2011 LSU Schedule T-shirts from Louisiana Sports Talk.com). 

 

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