CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - For the first time the NFL Draft goes prime-time. This year's draft will begin on Thursday night instead of the traditional Saturday.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the move was made to make the draft "more accessible to fans."
The Cleveland Browns currently own the No. 7 pick. There is talk the Browns are in talks with the Saint Louis Rams to trade up to the number one spot.
Browns Team President Mike Holmgren says it's unlikely the Browns will trade up for the #1 overall pick, although he does believe Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford, the predicted #1 is way ahead of the class when it comes to quarterbacks.
The 19 Action News Sports team will host a Draft Special Live from West Park's Panini's beginning at 8pm on WUAB My 43.
You can also catch the special LIVE on 19actionnews.com!