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This year’s NFL Draft, which kicked off on Thursday, is already one for the books. For the first time in 30 years, defensive players made up the first five draft picks. Georgia’s Travon Walker went to the Jacksonville Jaguars while Michigan’s Aiden Hutchinson went to the Detroit Lions for pick No. 2.

With the Draft running through Saturday, there are still plenty of players up for grabs. Rounds two and three will take place on Friday at 4 p.m. PT. Saturday’s coverage of rounds 4-7 will begin at 9 a.m. PT.

Thankfully, even without cable, you don’t have to miss any of the action. The NFL Draft will broadcast on ABC and ESPN, which are available to stream online from platforms such as Sling TV, Fubu TV and VidGo.

Here are the best ways to stream all the action from the 2022 NFL Draft, and catch all the games once the NFL season kicks off in September.

Sling TV 

Sling is one of the best options for affordable live streaming. You can choose between Sling Blue and Sling Orange, both $35 a month, depending on which channels you prioritize (or get both for $50/month). Sling Orange has ESPN, while Sling Blue includes the NFL Network for added analysis and commentary once the season kicks off in September. Plus, NFL fans can add the Sports Extra package to their plan for an additional $11/month to gain access to NFL RedZone.

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Fubo TV 

Fubo is one of the more expensive options for streaming the NFL, but it’s also the most comprehensive. The Starter Plan gets you ESPN for coverage of the Draft, in addition to more than 100 live TV channels for cable-free streaming. Once the season starts, you’ll have access to the NFL Network for Thursday Night Football through ESPN.

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VidGo

VidGo is one of the newest streaming platforms whose offerings cater towards sports fans with access to ESPN and the NFL Network. After football season is over, you can use the service to stream other tournaments, events and games on channels such as Fox Sports, ESPN 2, ESPN U, Big Ten Network and beIN Sports.  Plus, VidGo also boasts live access to NFL Red Zone and the Pac 12 networks for college sports. Test out the service with a 3-day free trial today and pay $10 for your first month if you decide to keep it.

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