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The Eagles bookended their first-round picks by adding another Georgia defender, drafting edge rusher Nolan Smith at No. 30 overall. By Dave Zangaro
Levis ranked No. 14 among all prospects and No. 4 among quarterbacks, according to The Athletic's Dane Brugler.
The 2023 NFL Draft begins Thursday, April 27 with the Carolina Panthers set to make the first overall selection after a blockbuster trade with the Chicago Bears. After a disappointing last season which included the firing of head coach Matt Rhule, new hire Frank Reich looks to jumpstart the Panther’s rebuild. With the most logical [more]
The 2023 NFL Draft kicked off Thursday with 31 players being selected in the first round. The seven-round event continues Friday at 7 p.m. ET with rounds 2-3 followed by rounds 4-7 on Saturday, beginning at noon ET. Check in with The Athletic for all the latest draft news, updates and analysis.Here are the first-round results. Helpful linksThe Athletic Football Show Round 1 takeawaysBeginner's guide to the NFL draft"The Beast" NFL draft guideNFL draft trade trackerRound 1 winners and losers(Photo of Bryce Young: David Eulitt / Getty Images)
Live coverage of the 2023 NFL Draft begins tonight at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN, ABC and NFL Network. The seven-round event will span three days with the first round tonight, rounds 2-3 on Friday and rounds 4-7 on Saturday. Check in with The Athletic for all the latest draft news, updates and analysis.Draft Order (Round 1)Carolina Panthers (from Bears): Bryce Young, QB (Alabama)Houston Texans: C.J. Stroud, QB, (Ohio State)Houston Texans (from Cardinals): Will Anderson Jr., Edge (Alabama)Indianapolis Colts: Anthony Richardson, QB (Florida)Seattle Seahawks (from Broncos): Devon Witherspoon, CB (Illinois)Arizona Cardinals (from Lions through Rams): Paris Johnson Jr., OT (Ohio State)Las Vegas Raiders: Tyree Wilson, Edge (Texas Tech)Atlanta Falcons: Bijan Robinson, RB (Texas)Philadelphia Eagles (from Bears through Panthers): Jalen Carter, DT (Georgia)Chicago Bears (from Eagles through Saints): Darnell Wright, OT (Tennessee)Tennessee Titans: Peter Skoronski, G/T (Northwestern)Detroit Lions (from Cardinals through Texans and Browns): Jahmyr Gibbs, RB (Alabama)Green Bay Packers (from Jets): Lukas Van Ness, Edge (Iowa)Pittsburgh Steelers (from Patriots): Broderick Jones, OT (Georgia)New York Jets (from Packers): Will McDonald IV, Edge (Iowa State)Washington Commanders: Emmanuel Forbes, CB (Mississippi State)New England Patriots (Steelers): Christian Gonzalez, CB (Oregon)Detroit LionsTampa Bay BuccaneersSeattle SeahawksLos Angeles ChargersBaltimore RavensMinnesota VikingsJacksonville JaguarsNew York GiantsDallas CowboysBuffalo BillsCincinnati BengalsNew Orleans Saints (from 49ers through Dolphins and Broncos)Philadelphia EaglesKansas City ChiefsHelpful linksThe Athletic Football Show live streamBeginner's guide to the NFL draftThe 2023 NFL Draft’s best available players"The Beast" NFL draft guideNFL draft trade tracker(Photo of Christian Gonzalez: Kirby Lee / USA Today)
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