2013 NFL Draft live streaming: How to watch Round 1 online

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There are plenty of options to catch the draft live if you aren't able to be in front of a TV on Thursday night.

The NFL Draft has turned into an annual event each spring. Before, teams gathered in New York City and made their picks, just for fans to hear about them on the nightly news or in the paper the next day. Now, all seven rounds are televised and streamed online.

For those fans not able to be in front of a television for the first round on Thursday night, you are in luck. NFL.com will be streaming all 32 picks on their official website. You can find the stream here. Fans can also catch the draft through WatchESPN on your computer, tablet or mobile device.

The Kansas City Chiefs have the top pick in the draft. Barring any last-minute trades, the Jaguars, Raiders, Eagles and Lions will have the next four picks. The Rams (picks No. 16 and 22) and Vikings (picks No. 23 and 25) are the only teams to have multiple first round picks. The Redskins and Seahawks do not have a pick on Thursday.

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