NFL Draft 2011, Round 4: Time, TV Schedule, Draft Order

The 2011 NFL draft rolls on into the third day with the fourth through seventh rounds. We had the first round on Thursday night and then the second and third rounds made up day two.

So now we move onto the fourth round where the action will be coming fast and furious. There are five minutes between each pick and this is the time when most fans start seeing their team select players they haven't heard of. That is of course unless you're a serious draftnik.

The action on Saturday will be televised on NFL Network and ESPN. You can also watch the draft online (which I recommend) at

We have a lot of things to keep you busy while we wait for the 12:00 p.m. (ET) start time on the day's picks. First here's a summary of every pick in each round: first round draft pickssecond round draft picks and third round draft picks

SB Nation's has a complete list of the best available players remaining.

Here's the updated NFL draft order for round four: 

98) Carolina 
99) Seattle (from New England via Denver) 
100) Buffalo
101) Cincinnati
102) Cleveland
103) Arizona
104) Philadelphia (from Washington) 
105) Houston
106) Minnesota 
107) Seattle (from Detroit) 
108) Denver (from San Francisco) 
109) Tennessee 
110) Dallas
111) Miami
112) St. Louis 
113) Oakland
114) Jacksonville
115) San Francisco (from San Diego) 
116) Tampa bay
117) New York Giants 
118) Kansas City
119) Indianapolis
120) Philadelphia
121) Jacksonville (from New Orleans) 
122) Buffalo (from Seattle) 
123) Baltimore
124) Cleveland (from Atlanta) 
125) Oakland (from New England) 
126) New York Jets 
127) Washington (from Chicago) 
128) Pittsburgh 
129) Green Bay 
130) Tennessee (compensatory) 
131) Green Bay (compensatory)    

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