NFL draft 2022: Start time, draft order, how to watch and stream
The 2022 NFL draft begins Thursday at 8 p.m., and for the first time in a number of years, we don’t really know who the top pick will be.
It seems like the consensus from most national pundits is the Jacksonville Jaguars will take either Georgia edge rusher Travon Walker or Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson
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All we really know is Jacksonville GM Trent Baalke said last week the team was considering four players, and NBC Sports’ Peter King wrote he was told to “expect a surprise.”
Of course, Eagles fans are more concerned who will be around when the team is on the clock with the No. 15 pick, assuming Birds GM Howie Roseman doesn’t trade up or down.
Despite having selected two wide receivers during the first round of the previous two drafts, it’s conceivable the Eagles could go right back to that well with one of their two first-round picks.
The Eagles have 10 picks in this year’s draft, including five in the first three rounds. The Birds would’ve been just the seventh team since 1960 with three top-20 draft picks,
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