Several draft analysts have forecast Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray as the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft.
Several draft analysts have forecast Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray as the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft. (Sue Ogrocki / AP)

NFL DRAFT

Where: Nashville, Tenn.

When: Thursday through Saturday

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TV (all three days): ABC (Ch. 2 in Baltimore, Ch. 7 in Washington), ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network, ESPN Deportes

Online (all three days): NFL.com/Watch

Final 2019 NFL mock draft (Version 3.0): What could the Ravens do at No. 22?

The first round of the NFL draft is finally here. Here's what the Ravens and the rest of the NFL might do with their picks.

DAY 1

Round 1: Coverage of the first round begins Thursday at 8 p.m. The Cardinals currently hold the No. 1 overall pick and the Ravens are scheduled to select at No. 22.

The complete first-round draft order, with overall number of picks for each team:

1. Arizona Cardinals (10 picks overall in the draft)

2. San Francisco 49ers (6)

3. New York Jets (6)

4. Oakland Raiders (8)

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7)

6. New York Giants (12)

7. Jacksonville Jaguars (7)

8. Detroit Lions (9)

9. Buffalo Bills (10)

10. Denver Broncos (8)

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11. Cincinnati Bengals (11)

12. Green Bay Packers (10)

13. Miami Dolphins (7)

14. Atlanta Falcons (9)

15. Washington Redskins (9)

16. Carolina Panthers (7)

17. New York Giants (from Cleveland Browns (8))

18. Minnesota Vikings (8)

19. Tennessee Titans (6)

20. Pittsburgh Steelers (10)

21. Seattle Seahawks (4)

22. Baltimore Ravens (8)

23. Houston Texans (7)

24. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago Bears (5))

25. Philadelphia Eagles (7)

26. Indianapolis Colts (9)

27. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas Cowboys (6))

28. Los Angeles Chargers (7)

29. Kansas City Chiefs (8)

30. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans Saints (6))

31. Los Angeles Rams (7)

32. New England Patriots (12)

Ravens draft preview: Could a falling combine star restock the defense's depleted pass rush?

After two offseason departures, and with a third possibly on the horizon, the Ravens could look to find their next sack artist at No. 22 overall — or not long thereafter.

Day 2

Rounds 2-3 on Friday, begins at 7 p.m.

Day 3

Rounds 4-7 on Saturday, begins at 2 p.m.

Time teams have to make selection

Round 1: 10 minutes per pick

Round 2: 7 minutes per pick

Rounds 3-6: 5 minutes per pick

Round 7: 4 minutes per pick

Ravens GM Eric DeCosta has spent his whole career hustling for chance to author his own draft story

After 23 years of apprenticing to Ozzie Newsome, Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta will run his first draft starting on Thursday night. But DeCosta's combination of drive, curiosity and personal touch with colleagues pointed him in this direction long ago.

Ravens selections (eight)

First round, No. 22 overall

Third round, No. 85

Third round, No. 102 (compensatory)

Fourth round, No. 113 (from Denver)

Fourth round, No. 123

Fifth round, No. 160

Sixth round, No. 191 (from Tennessee)

Seventh round, No. 193

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