The 2012 NFL draft resumes on Friday night with the second and third rounds. After the interminable first round on Thursday night, the picks come a little quicker on Friday evening, with teams getting seven minutes between picks in the second round and five minutes between picks in the third.
The draft will again be broadcast on two networks, with both ESPN and NFL Network providing coverage from 7 p.m. ET to 11:30 p.m. ET. Rich Eisen will still commandeer the main desk for NFL Network, but first-round analysts Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin and Steve Mariucci will be replaced by Brian Billick and Charles Davis. Mike Mayock will remain with Eisen, providing thorough scouting profiles.
Chris Berman will continue to host the main desk for ESPN's coverage, and he'll again be flanked by Mel Kiper and Jon Gruden. Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen will continue to work the news desk with Suzy Kolber conducting interviews with the players on-site.
If you're unable to watch on NFL Network or ESPN, NFL.com will continue it's live stream coverage of Day 2 here, starting at 6:30 p.m. ET.
If you want to know exactly what you're in for with both networks' coverage of the draft, check out Richard Deitsch's 2012 NFL Draft TV preview at SI.com. For more on the NFL draft and the prospects who will soon play on Sundays, check out our NFL draft blog Mocking the Draft.