There is just one game remaining in the 2022-23 NFL season with the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles set to face off in Super Bowl 57 , so the rest of the NFL is already looking ahead to the offseason and making plans for free agency and the NFL Draft.
As for the 2023 NFL Draft, the first-round draft order has all but taken shape with the AFC and NFC Championships in the books.
The Chicago Bears hold the No. 1 overall pick, followed by the Houston Texans and Arizona Cardinals rounding out the top three. The Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks, courtesy of the Russell Wilson trade with the Denver Broncos, hold the No. 5 pick.
As for the teams who were eliminated this weekend, the Cincinnati Bengals will pick at No. 28, while the Denver Broncos pick up the No. 29 pick courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers via the Miami Dolphins.
There are only 31 picks in this year’s first round after the Dolphins’ forfeited their pick due to being sanctioned by the NFL for tampering violations related to Tom Brady and Sean Payton.
The 2023 NFL Draft is set to take place from Thursday, April 27 through Saturday, April 29. The festivities — which will air on ESPN, ABC, and the NFL Network — will be held in the plaza outside of Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri.
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A full look at the updated 2023 NFL Draft order can be seen below.
Updated 2023 NFL Draft Order Entering Super Bowl 57
1. Chicago Bears
2. Houston Texans
3. Arizona Cardinals
4. Indianapolis Colts
5. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver)
6. Detroit Lions (from LA Rams)
7. Las Vegas Raiders
8. Atlanta Falcons
9. Carolina Panthers
10. Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans)
11. Tennessee Titans
12. Houston Texans (from Cleveland)
13. New York Jets
14. New England Patriots
15. Green Bay Packers
16. Washington Commanders
17. Pittsburgh Steelers
18. Detroit Lions
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
20. Seattle Seahawks
21. Los Angeles Chargers
22. Baltimore Ravens
23. Minnesota Vikings
24. Jacksonville Jaguars
25. New York Giants
26. Dallas Cowboys
27. Buffalo Bills
28. Cincinnati Bengals
29. Denver Broncos (from SF via MIA)
30. Kansas City Chiefs
31. Philadelphia Eagles