No Shortage Of Options For Cowboys' Coverage During NFL Draft

IRVING, Texas – DallasCowboys.com will begin coverage of the 2015 NFL Draft at roughly 6:45 p.m. on Thursday, and it will continue well into the evening hours Saturday – more than two full days of coverage.

From the very first pick of the draft until the end of the first round, DallasCowboys.com will be running a live edition of The Draft Show, hosted by staff analyst Bryan Broaddus. The show will provide instant reaction and analysis about every pick in the NFL draft, beginning Thursday night with the first round and going all night Friday and into the late-round picks on Saturday afternoon.

In addition, the staff will provide live updates from around Valley Ranch as the Cowboys decide on their draft strategy during the weekend. The site will feature instant feedback on each of the team's draft picks, as well as press conferences and live reaction from Cowboys coaches and executives as the draft continues.

The draft begins Thursday at 7 p.m. central time and continues Friday at 6 p.m. central time. The final day kicks off Saturday at 11 a.m. and runs until the Cowboys have made their final selections and contacted their priority free agents.

Fans in the Dallas-Fort Worth area also have the option of attending the Cowboys Draft Party at AT&T Stadium on the Miller Lite West Plaza. Parking and admission are free for the party, and it will feature live performances as well as appearances by current and former Cowboys players. The party will also feature a live feed to the team's war room and the draft proceedings in Chicago as Dallas prepares to make its pick.

Much like the draft itself, the party continues all weekend long. The festivities continue Friday night at The Rustic in Uptown Dallas. Admission will once again be free, and the evening will feature live music as well as a live feed to the Dallas war room. The Cowboys' current offensive line is scheduled to make a Friday evening appearance.

Events will round out Saturday, as the party continues to AT&T Stadium with free admission and free carnival rides and games for kids.

Fans also have the option of tuning in to the Cowboys' flagship radio station, 105.3 FM The Fan – either on the radio or the Internet – to take in the weekend's proceedings. Staffers from The Fan will be on site at AT&T Stadium and Valley Ranch to cover the Cowboys' selections and provide analysis. 

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