Person sentenced in kidnapping case

first_imgMadison, IN— A Jefferson County woman was sentenced Monday in the Jefferson Circuit Court following a lengthy sentencing hearing. Elani Hines was convicted of Kidnapping, a level 3 felony, and sentenced to 12 years. Hines will serve six years in the Indiana Department of Correction and will be eligible to serve six years under supervision by Community Corrections. The charges are from an investigation initiated on June 19, 2019.Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department received a report from a young female and her mother that the young female had been assaulted by two older girls. Deputies interviewed the victim and observed bruises and swelling on her face, head, and hands. In addition, Deputies observed that it appeared that parts of the victim’s hair had been shaved off and some pulled out.The victim advised that she had been staying at a friend’s house when two young women, later identified as Elani Hines and Hailey Bartley arrived at the home. The victim advised that Hines and Bartley forcibly removed her from her friend’s house, took her to the Hines residence and began beating her, especially in the head. The victim advised that the two then pulled her into the bathroom and began attempting to shave her head with clippers. The victim said Bartley also held a knife to her and told her if she told anyone she would have people from Indianapolis kill her.During the course of the investigation, officers learned of two potential witnesses to parts of the events. Interviews of those witnesses corroborated the victim’s statement and led to the seizure of Bartley’s mobile phone. Further, Deputy Miller interviewed Hines who admitted her involvement.Detectives with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department arranged for Bartley’s phone to be forensically analyzed. The phone analysis revealed photos and video of the incident stored on the device. Detective Denning described the photos and video from the phone as “quite disturbing” and as depicting “Hailey and Elani hitting, kicking, strangling and torturing” the victim over a period of time.Bartley is scheduled to be sentenced on September 4, 2020.last_img read more

Update on the latest sports

first_imgUpdate on the latest sports Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSManfred, Clark meet, develop basis for possible agreementUNDATED (AP) — Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred and players’ union head Tony Clark have developed a framework that Manfred says could form the basis of an agreement as the two sides try to start the pandemic-delayed season. Cavs’ Love honored with Arthur Ashe Courage AwardCLEVELAND (AP) — Cavaliers forward Kevin Love will receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award for his efforts in raising awareness about mental health.Love, whose openness about his life-long battles with anxiety triggered nationwide discussion and helped spur the NBA to do more to help players deal with emotional issues, will receive the award at Sunday’s ESPYs in Los Angeles.Love said it was an absolute honor to receive the award and that he was humbled by it. Love added that if telling his story can help just one child then he’ll know his efforts were worth it and that he hopes on day that are able to erase the stigma around mental illness.Named in honor of the tennis champion, the Arthur Ashe Award honors “those who find ways through sports to make a difference far beyond the field of play and impact the world in indelible ways.” — The rate of positive coronavirus tests in the Orlando, Florida, area has been soaring in recent days. The NBA hopes that doesn’t matter. After spending weeks putting together an elaborate series of health and safety protocols, the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association believe they have done what is necessary to keep the 22 teams and others who will be part of the season restart at the Disney campus near Orlando next month safe and healthy.— NHL players won’t be expected to wear full face shields if games resume this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic. Equipment changes have not been a focus of return to play negotiations between league and NHL Players’ Association. The sides have focused on testing and other off-ice safety precautions. Because players are expected to be tested daily, there isn’t expected to be additional on-ice equipment required for practices and games.— The Southern Heritage Classic has canceled the Sept. 12 game scheduled between Tennessee State and Jackson State in the first known Division I cancellation because of the coronavirus pandemic. Founder Fred Jones said Wednesday he knows this is a great disappointment to fans who see this game as a major highlight. But Jones says health and safety of everyone is a top priority. This is the second cancellation in three years for the Southern Heritage Classic, which is played at the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis. The 2018 game was called due to weather.TENNIS-US OPEN23-time major champ Serena Williams says she’ll play US Open Manfred says he met with Clark at his request for several hours in Phoenix, where Clark has a home and where he has been since spring training was cut short on March 12.  Manfred says he is encouraging the league’s teams to move forward and says he trusts Clark is doing the same with the players.The two sides have been about $1 billion apart in guaranteed salary as they try to reach a deal to start the season. Players originally were set to earn $4 billion in salaries before the coronavirus outbreak began.The union cut off talks Saturday, a day after MLB’s last proposal, and said additional negotiations were futile. Players told MLB to unilaterally set the schedule, but Manfred said MLB would not do that while there was a threat of a grievance.The sides reached a deal on March 26 in which players agreed to prorated salaries, part of an agreement that included a guarantee of service time even if no games are played this year.Teams say they need more pay cuts to afford to play in empty ballparks. Players say they will not accept additional salary reductions. Previous winners include Muhammad Ali, Billie Jean King, Nelson Mandela, Pat Summitt and Caitlyn Jenner.TRACK-COLEMAN SUSPENDEDWorld’s fastest man suspended for missing doping testsDÜSSELDORF, Germany (AP) — The fastest man in the world has been sidelined for a string of missed doping tests.Christian Coleman, an American sprinter who won the 100-meter title at last year’s world championships and had been the early favorite for the Olympic gold medal at the Tokyo Games, was temporarily banned from competition by the Athletics Integrity Unit on Wednesday. The report said he may have “misperceived” the pitch of the aircraft, which can happen when a pilot becomes disoriented in low visibility. Experts have said the path of the flight indicated he was disoriented.The 1,700 pages of the report do not offer a conclusion of what caused the crash but compile factual reports. A final report on the cause is due later.Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and six of their friends were killed, along with the pilot.REDSKINS-NAMEDebate on racism renews calls for Redskins to change name In other developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic:— Major league players have committed $1 million to support minor leaguers whose leagues appear unlikely to start this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Major League Baseball Players Trust, a not-for-profit affiliate of the Major League Baseball Players Association, made the announcement. MLB and the union are trying to reach an agreement to start the big league season in empty ballparks but minor leagues don’t have large broadcast contracts and have not announced any plans to take the field.— Manchester City has beaten Arsenal 3-0 as the Premier League’s 100-day shutdown ended. The 55,000 seats that would usually be filled for the visit of Arsenal were instead empty. The only supporters seen celebrating goals from Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden were streamed onto big screens. There was a minute’s silence before the game to remember coronavirus victims. And a display of solidarity remembered George Floyd, with both sets of players taking a knee around the center circle.— Brazilian soccer will make its return on Thursday after a three-month suspension. The governing body of soccer in Rio de Janeiro says Flamengo and Bangu will play in an empty Maracanã Stadium in the local league. More than 45,000 people have died with the virus in the South American country and health specialists say the peak of the crisis is yet to come.— The women’s and men’s professional tennis tours have issued what they are calling “provisional” calendars that would resume sanctioned competition in August. Tour play has been suspended since early March because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The WTA said its first event would be the Palermo Ladies Open in Italy the week of Aug. 3. The ATP said its players would return to action at the Citi Open in Washington beginning Aug. 14 where Women will also will compete. UNDATED (AP) — The recent national debate over racism has renewed calls for the NFL’s Washington Redskins to change their name. Mayor Muriel Bowser believes a change is overdue and called the name an “obstacle” to the team building its next stadium and headquarters inside the District of Columbia.A recent study found that 49% of respondents considered the name Redskins offensive. The team had no comment about a possible name change.Owner Dan Snyder over the years has shown no indication that he’d change the name.Advocates call the name a dictionary-defined racial slur and hope this is the movement that finally invokes change.NBA-CAVALIERS-LOVE AWARDcenter_img Instead of concluding the Triple Crown, the Belmont is kicking off the series. It will be run at 1 1/8 miles — shorter than its usual grueling 1 1/2 miles — without spectators or owners at Belmont Park in New York.KOBE-BRYANT-CRASHReport: Kobe Bryant pilot may have been disoriented in fogLOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal investigators say the pilot of the helicopter that crashed in thick fog, killing Kobe Bryant and seven other passengers, reported he was climbing when he was actually descending.The National Transportation Safety Board said Wednesday that Ara Zobayan’s last transmission said he was climbing to 4,000 feet to get above clouds. But, he actually was in a rapid descent into a hillside northwest of Los Angeles. The report confirms initial findings that the helicopter was functioning. June 17, 2020 HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A group of Congressional Democrats is condemning a recent decision by the U.S. Department of Education that threatens to withhold federal funds over a Connecticut policy allowing transgender girls to compete against non-transgender girls in high school sports.The group of 28 lawmakers sent a letter Wednesday to Kenneth Marcus, the department’s assistant secretary for civil rights, questioning the motives and legal reasoning behind the May decision that found Connecticut’s policy is a violation of Title IX, the federal civil rights law that guarantees equal education opportunities for women.Connecticut U.S. Rep. Jahana Hayes, a former national teacher of the year said that “Title IX was never meant to be used as a tool to threaten schools into discriminatory practices in order to preserve critically needed federal funds”.The Office for Civil Rights ruled the Connecticut policy, which allows athletes to participate as the gender with which they identity, has “denied female student-athletes athletic benefits and opportunities, including advancing to the finals in events, higher level competitions, awards, medals, recognition, and the possibility of greater visibility to colleges and other benefits.” The AIU updated its list of athletes on provisional suspension to include Coleman hours after he revealed details of the case. The suspension will last until a final decision is reached at a hearing conducted under World Athletics Anti-Doping rules or the Integrity Code of Conduct.Coleman had a previous whereabouts charge dropped last year ahead of the world championships. But his current charge could lead to a two-year ban, ruling him out of next year’s postponed Olympics.Coleman wrote on Twitter that drug testers were unable to find him Dec. 9 when he was at a mall shopping for Christmas presents. That was his third infraction in a 12-month period.TRANSGENDER ALTHETES-HIGH SCHOOLCongressional delegation blasts DOE transgender ruling UNDATED (AP) — Serena Williams is planning to play in the 2020 U.S. Open.The 23-time Grand Slam singles champion said in a video shown during the U.S. Tennis Association’s tournament presentation Wednesday that she “cannot wait to return” to New York for the major championship she has won six times.The 38-year-old American was the runner-up in Flushing Meadows each of the past two years.Meanwhile, two-time major champion and former No. 1 Simona Halep (HAL’-ehp) says she does not “currently plan to play” at the 2020 U.S. Open. Halep adds in a statement emailed by her representative to the AP on Wednesday that her stance “is not set in stone.” The 28-year-old Romanian is currently ranked No. 2 and is the reigning champion at Wimbledon. She also won the French Open in 2018.The U.S. Open will be held without spectators from Aug. 31 to Sept. 13. It’s normally the fourth and final Grand Slam tournament of each season, but it will be the second major of 2020, following the Australian Open, which concluded in early February. The French Open was postponed from May because of the coronavirus pandemic and currently is scheduled to start a week after the U.S. Open ends. Wimbledon was canceled altogether for the first time since World War II in 1945.HORSE RACING-BELMONT-DRAWTiz the Law draws No. 8 post as early 6-5 Belmont favoriteELMONT, N.Y. (AP) — It wasn’t quite the post position trainer Barclay Tagg wanted for Tiz the Law. Still, it wasn’t far off for the colt who on Wednesday was made the early 6-5 favorite for the Belmont Stakes.Tagg was hoping the Florida Derby winner would land anywhere between spots 5 to 7 in the starting gate for Saturday’s beginning of the reconfigured Triple Crown series. Tiz the Law drew the No. 8 post in the 10-horse field and will be ridden by Manny Franco. Associated Press last_img read more

New Windsor SC surprise Zeeburg in Beacon Café/WDCA 50-over competition

first_imgTHE New Windsor Sports Club got past Zeeburg Sports Club, one of the strongest cricket teams in West Demerara, when they competed in the Beacon Café/WDCA 50-over competition last Sunday on a spin friendly surface at the Wales Community Development Centre ground. Zeeburg won the toss and opted to bat, but they could not get on top of the bowling and fell for 80 in 16.3 overs.Henry finished with 4-19 from 3.3 overs, while Mahase Persaud supported with 3-13 from three overs and R. Thakur 2-19 also from three overs.Only Ushardeva Balgobin with 22 and Andre Seepersaud with 10 reached double figures for Zeeburg.In reply, former Guyana U-19 cricketer Malcolm Hubbard led a bowling charge to help topple the New Windsor top order, but captain Vishnu Sew showed fight and brought his team home in 22.2 overs.Sew scored 32 runs, while Shivkumar Thakur added 15 and Persaud 10.Hubbard finished with 4-31 from 10 overs, while Gomes and Seepersaud finished with one wicket each.last_img read more

Red Cross Creates ‘Missing Types Campaign’ to Encourage Donations

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisIn order to encourage more people to give blood, the American Red Cross is joining an international movement to launch the ‘Missing Types Campaign.’During the campaign, the letters A, B, and O the main blood groups are disappearing from brand logos, social media pages, signs and websites to draw attention to new and current blood donors.According to the Red Cross only 3 percent of the U.S. population donates each year. You can join the ‘Missing Type Movement’ by encouraging the donors to give before the letters A, B and O are missing from hospital shelves.There will be upcoming blood donation opportunities in Northeast Michigan beginning this week until July 3rd. Listing of local drives includes:Hillman High School: Tuesday, June 19th from 11 a.m. until 4:45 p.m.Lincoln Senior Center: Wednesday, June 20th from noon until 5:45 p.m.Posen: St. Casmir School: Thursday, June 21st from noon until 5:45 p.m.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Cruising through Mackinac for the Annual Lilac FestivalNext Celebrating Those Who Love to Learnlast_img read more

Europa League: Man United lose in Denmark as Liverpool and Spurs draw

first_imgManchester United’s Europa League campaign resumed with a defeat in Denmark as Midtjylland prevailed 2-1 in the first leg of the round of 32.The result might have been worse if not for a few fine saves by Sergio Romero, who made his first appearance for United since October after David De Gea suffered an injury in the warm-up.Romero had made two good saves before United took the lead on 37 minutes. Memphis Depay stretched to knock down a Jesse Lingard cross, then managed to shoot the ball over the line while off-balance.But United were denied a half-time lead as Pione Sisto showed good speed with the ball at the top of the box before putting a shot past Romero with a slight deflection of Chris Smalling.Romero made another fine save after the hour mark to deny Paul Onuachu and keep the game level with a diving effort. But he could not prevent Onuachu from giving Midtjylland the lead in the 77th minute.The 6-foot-7 substitute shrugged off a challenge at the top of the box from Juan Mata, who stands a full foot shorter than the Nigerian, and fired a low shot that crept inside the post. Tottenham held on for a 1-1 draw with Fiorentina after initially taking the lead in Italy.Spurs led in the 37th minute after Ben Davies was fouled in the box and Nacer Chadli converted the penalty.But the Serie A side were back level when Federico Bernardeschi took a shot from 30 yards that took a big deflection off the boot of Ryan Mason and looped over Michel Vorm.Fiorentina kept up the pressure in search of a winner, but Tottenham will enjoy a slim away-goals advantage for next week’s return leg. Lukasz Piszczek and Marco Reus scored to help Borussia Dortmund defeat Porto 2-0 at home.Poland international Piszczek headed home following a corner in the sixth minute for his first goal in the competition since 2009.Henrikh Mkhitaryan pulled the ball back for  Reus to add a second goal after the break. Former Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp had no joy in his return to Germany as his Liverpool side were held to a goalless draw at Augsburg.In a game of few chances, the hosts came closest when Ji Dong-Won hit the outside of the post in the 86th minute.Augsburg could find if more difficult to find a goal in the second leg at Anfield, though. after Raul Bobadilla left the game with an apparent hamstring injury in the first half.Denis Suarez scored on a sharp free kick to give Villarreal a 1-0 victory at home over Italian contenders Napoli in their home leg. The game was goalless in the 82nd minute when Suarez put the ball over the wall and in off the underside of the bar from 25 yards out.It was the first defeat for Napoli in the Europa League this season following a perfect group stage.Valencia ran riot in their home leg against Rapid Vienna, winning 6-0 with five of their goals coming in the opening 35 minutes.Santi Mina opened the scoring after just four minutes, before Dani Parejo doubled the advantage six minutes later. Mina added a second goal before Alvaro Negredo, Andre Gomes and Rodrigo also scored to give embattled coach Gary Neville a second straight victory.Fernando Llorente recorded a brace with goals on both sides of half-time to lead Sevilla to a 3-0 win at home against Norwegian side Molde.Kevin Gameiro added a second-half goal to boost the advantage for the two-time defending champions.Athletic Bilbao will return home after securing a 1-0 win at Marseille thanks to Aritz Aduriz’s wonderful volley from distance nine minutes after half-time. Lazio secured a 1-1 draw at Galatasaray as Sergej Milinkovic-Savic cancelled out Sabri Sarioglu’s early opener.Schalke could not find an away goal in a goalless draw against Shakhtar Donetsk, who had Oleksandr Kucher sent off late on as they continued to play in the western city of Lviv, 1,200 kilometres from their home.Karim Bellarabi scored in the first half to give Bayer Leverkusen a 1-0 win at Sporting.Playing without injured striker Javier Hernandez, Leverkusen took the lead in Lisbon in the 26th minute when Bellarabi tapped in a cross with his knee at the far post.Sporting’s fellow Portuguese side Braga had better luck, beating FC Sion 2-1 in Switzerland.Nikola Stojiljkovic put Braga ahead on 13 minutes, and though Sion’s Moussa Konate equalised after the break, the visitors responded quickly through Rafa Silva.St Etienne saw a two-goal lead slip away but eventually recovered to beat Basel 3-2.The French side had taken a commanding lead through goals by Moustapha Bayal Sall and Kevin Monnet-Paquet, but Walter Samuel responded for Basel just before the break, and a Marc Janko penalty on 56 minutes levelled the score.But Jean-Christophe Bahebeck’s goal in the 77th minute provided the difference for the home side.Kara Mbodji’s goal in the 67th minute gave Anderlecht a 1-0 advantage over Olympiakos ahead of the second leg in Greece.Sparta Prague won their home leg against Krasnodar 1-0 as Lukas Julis headed home following a 64th-minute corner.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. 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Warriors locked in for playoffs, Klay Thompson says

first_imgSteve Kerr’s team has already booked its place in the postseason, and Thompson says they are focused on going all the way again.”We’re just really locked in for these last regular season games because you don’t want any slip-ups in the playoffs,” he told reporters. “We want to feel good about ourselves. Related News Kevin Durant’s ‘adopted brother’ killed outside Atlanta bar, police say “Our defense is great, when we’re able to get on transition it’s so much fun to be a part of. And DeMarcus was a monster, he made it look easy.” Klay Thompson says the Golden State Warriors are “locked in” on the playoffs as they look to claim a third consecutive NBA title in 2019.The Warriors brushed aside the Indiana Pacers 112-89 on Thursday as DeMarcus Cousins, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Thompson all reached double figures. FinalDeMarcus – 19p/11r/4a/2bKlay – 18p/8r/4a/1s/1bStephen – 15p/4r/7a/1sKD – 15p/3r/6a/1s/3bDraymond – 10p/7r/5aAndre – 11p/3r/1a/2sJonas – 6p/1r/1a/1bAndrew – 4p/7r/1aShaun – 4p/2r/2a/1sJordan – 2p/1bAlfonzo – 6p— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) March 22, 2019Kerr was also impressed by the Warriors’ defensive play, while singling out Cousins for another solid performance.”Over the last six games we’ve been at our best defensively, it makes a huge difference,” he said. “DeMarcus was fantastic, he was physical, getting a lot of drives, drawing a lot of attention defensively, making great passes.”We had 19 assists at half-time even though we weren’t really clicking, but I thought some of that was just playing through and his aggressiveness.”last_img read more

Hornets’ Jeremy Lamb hits incredible game-winner from beyond half court

first_imgLamb took an inbounds pass with 3.1 seconds remaining, but lost the handle. He chased the ball down five feet into the backcourt, turned and fired.WE. HAVE. NO. WORDS. 🤯JEREMY LAMB WITH THE HALF-COURT BUZZER BEATER TO WIN. THE. GAME!!!!! #hornets30 @TISSOT— Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) March 25, 2019The ball banked in for the improbable game-winner that stunned Raptors fans and sent the Hornets swarming Lamb. He finished with 13 points off the bench.According to ESPN, Lamb hit the shot from 48 feet, making it the second-longest game-winning shot in 20 years. Tyreke Evans hit a 49-foot shot against the Grizzlies on Dec. 29, 2010. If the Hornets end up making the playoffs, Jeremy Lamb deserves a special bonus.Lamb hit an incredible shot from beyond half court at the buzzer to help Charlotte top the Raptors, 115-114, Sunday in Toronto. The Hornets (34-39) have won three straight and are now — thanks to Lamb — within two games of the No. 8 Heat in the Eastern Conference playoff race.last_img read more

Angel Hernandez makes more objectively bad calls in Yankees-Jays game

first_imgUmpires don’t get every call right, and it’s wrong to expect perfection from them. It’s not wrong, however, to expect Angel Hernandez to be better than he was in the fifth inning of Tuesday’s Yankees-Blue Jays game.Hernandez’s judgment was beyond poor as he tried to call balls and strikes with New York’s Masahiro Tanaka on the mound. At least two of the pitches in the clip below were borderline, and two of them were just plain missed. RT to spread the word! This HAS to be the final time we see Angel Hernandez. There is something clearly wrong here, @MLB.Four missed strike calls in ONE INNING! Two of them were right down the middle!— Kyle ⚾️ (@KyleNYY) June 5, 2019MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNTo make things worse, Toronto scored all four of its runs in that frame. It held on to win 4-3. MORE: Cubs manager Joe Maddon fumes over Laz Diaz’s call of key pitchUniformed personnel have long considered Hernandez a poor umpire. He reinforced that belief with his work in Toronto.last_img read more

What time does 2020 NFL Draft start today? Live TV coverage, schedule for Saturday’s Rounds 4-7

first_img2020 NFL DRAFT:Complete results | Draft grades | Winners & losersOf the top 100 NFL Draft prospects we listed on our 2020 NFL Draft big board heading into the selection process, 22 are still available as the fourth round arrives. There is tons of talent still to be had and steals to be uncovered as the final day of the 2020 NFL Draft plays out.Below is all you need to know to watch the conclusion of this year’s NFL Draft, including live stream info.What time does the NFL Draft start today?Date: Saturday, April 25Round 4 start time: Noon ETTV channels: ABC | ESPN | NFL NetworkLive stream: ESPN app | NFL app | DAZN (in Canada)The 2020 NFL Draft resumes Saturday at noon ET on ABC, ESPN and NFL Network. Today’s coverage will run though the end of the selection process and include Rounds 4-7.In Rounds 4-6, teams get five minutes to make each pick, and in Round 7, they get only four. Based on that time frame, the 2020 NFL Draft is expected to conclude by approximately 6 p.m. ET on Saturday. (Rounds 4-7 last year took six hours, 23 minutes.)Per tradition, the NFL Draft will conclude with the selection of Mr. Irrelevant.What channel is the NFL Draft on today?TV channels: ABC, ESPN, NFL NetworkThe entirety of the 2020 NFL Draft will broadcast live on three different TV networks — ABC, ESPN and NFL Network. ESPN Deportes also will present a Spanish edition of ESPN’s broadcast.Anybody with access to broadcast TV (even without cable) can watch the NFL Draft on ABC. All the major cable networks carry both ESPN (Xfinity channel 49) and NFL Network (Xfinity channel 265). The specific ESPN and NFL Network channels for Spectrum, Cox and Optimum cable customers vary based on viewing area.NFL Draft TV scheduleRoundDayDateStart timeTV channels1ThursdayApril 238 p.m. ETABC, ESPN, NFL Network2-3FridayApril 247 p.m. ETABC, ESPN, NFL Network4-7SaturdayApril 25Noon ETABC, ESPN, NFL NetworkThe TV schedule for the 2020 NFL Draft remains unchanged despite the logistics changes forced by the coronavirus pandemic. All seven rounds of the NFL Draft still will be presented across ABC, ESPN and NFL Network on April 23-25, but the broadcasts will look and feel a little different.ESPN and NFL Network will continue to combine to offer a singular presentation across both networks. ABC will presented its own distinctive telecasts for Rounds 1-3 on Thursday and Friday, and the network will simulcast the ESPN and NFL Network telecast of Rounds 4-7 on Saturday.The 2020 NFL Draft telecasts will now originate from ESPN’s Bristol, Conn., studios and adhere to proper coronavirus-related social distancing guidelines. Trey Wingo will host all three days of ESPN’s draft coverage and will be joined remotely by analysts Mel Kiper Jr., Louis Riddick and Booger McFarland. NFL Network host Rich Eisen and analysts Daniel Jeremiah, Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner will also contribute remotely all three days. ESPN host Suzy Kolber will conduct remote interviews with draftees from an ESPN studio. NFL insiders Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter also will be part of the telecast.On ABC’s prime-time telecasts Thursday and Friday, hosts Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer and Maria Taylor will be joined by analysts Todd McShay, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard and David Pollack, as well as correspondent/feature reporter Tom Rinaldi. Davis, Palmer, Taylor and Rinaldi will be in-studio in Bristol.MORE NFL DRAFT:Each team’s all-time biggest draft regretNFL Draft live streamNFL Draft live steams can be found on multiple platforms and can be viewed on multiple devices. As for live TV streaming services, YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, Sling TV and AT&T TV Now all carry at least one of the channels broadcasting the 2020 NFL Draft. AT&T Watch TV, however, does not carry ABC, ESPN or NFL Network. For those with connected TV devices (Xbox, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PS4 and Roku), the NFL Draft can be streamed live with the NFL App, the ABC App or the ESPN App by authentication with participating TV providers.Similar options are available for those who wish to live stream the NFL Draft via mobile devices and tablets — the NFL App, the NFL Network App, the ABC App and the ESPN App. On computers and laptops, a live stream of the NFL Draft will be available by authentication with participating TV providers at, and Draft?Cable/satellite login needed?YouTube TVYesNoHulu + Live TVYesNoSling TVYesNoAT&T TV NowYesNoAT&T Watch TVNo-Xbox (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps)YesYesPS4 (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps)YesYesAmazon Fire TV (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps)YesYesAndroid TV (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps)YesYesApple TV (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps)YesYesRoku (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps)YesYesMobile devices/tablets (NFL/NFLN/ABC/ESPN Apps)YesYesComputers (,, Canada, the NFL Draft can be streamed live on DAZN, which includes NFL Network coverage and offers a free trial period for new subscribers.NFL Draft order: Rounds 4-7Round 4RoundPickOverallTeamPick41107Cincinnati Bengals-42108Washington Redskins-43109Detroit Lions-44110New York Giants-45111Houston Texans from Dolphins-46112Los Angeles Chargers-47113Carolina Panthers-48114Arizona Cardinals-49115Cleveland Browns-410116Jacksonville Jaguars-411117Minnesota Vikings from Buccaneers through 49ers-412118Jacksonville Jaguars from Broncos-413119Atlanta Falcons-414120New York Jets-415121Las Vegas Raiders-416122Indianapolis Colts-417123Dallas Cowboys-418124Pittsburgh Steelers-419125New York Jets from Bears through Patriots-420126Los Angeles Rams-421127Philadelphia Eagles-422128Buffalo Bills-423129New York Jets from Patriots through Ravens and Patriots-424130Minnesota Vikings from Saints-425131Arizona Cardinals from Texans-426132Minnesota Vikings-427133Seattle Seahawks-428134Baltimore Ravens-429135Pittsburgh Steelers from Titans through Dolphins-430136Miami Dolphins from Packers-431137Denver Broncos from 49ers-432138Kansas City Chiefs-433139Las Vegas Raiders from Buccaneers through Patriots (compensatory pick)-434140Jacksonville Jaguars from Bears (compensatory pick)-435141Miami Dolphins (compensatory pick)-436142Washington Redskins (compensatory pick)-437143Atlanta Falcons from Ravens (compensatory pick)-438144Seattle Seahawks (compensatory pick)-439145Philadelphia Eagles (compensatory pick)-440146Philadelphia Eagles (compensatory pick)-Round 5RoundPickOverallTeamPick51147Cincinnati Bengals-52148Seattle Seahawks from Redskins through Panthers-53149Indianapolis Colts from Lions-54150New York Giants-55151Los Angeles Chargers-56152Carolina Panthers-57153Miami Dolphins-5–Arizona Cardinals (pick forfeited in supplemental draft)58154Miami Dolphins from Jaguars through Steelers-59155Minnesota Vikings from Browns through Bills-510156San Francisco 49ers from Broncos-511157Baltimore Ravens from Falcons-512158New York Jets-513159New England Patriots from Raiders-514160Cleveland Browns from Colts-515161Tampa Bay Buccaneers-516162Washington Redskins from Steelers through Seahawks-517163Chicago Bears-518164Dallas Cowboys-519165Jacksonville Jaguars from Rams-520166Detroit Lions from Eagles-521167Buffalo Bills-522168Philadelphia Eagles from Patriots-523169Minnesota Vikings from Saints-524170Jacksonville Jaguars from Vikings through Ravens-525171Houston Texans-526172Las Vegas Raiders from Seahawks through Lions and Patriots-527173Miami Dolphins from Ravens through Rams-528174Tennessee Titans-529175Green Bay Packers-530176Minnesota Vikings from 49ers-531177Kansas City Chiefs-532178Denver Broncos (compensatory pick)-533179Dallas Cowboys (compensatory pick)-Round 6RoundPickOverallTeamPick61180Cincinnati Bengals-62181Denver Broncos from Redskins-63182Indianapolis Colts from Lions-64183New York Giants-65184Carolina Panthers-66185Miami Dolphins-67186Los Angeles Chargers-68187Cleveland Browns from Cardinals-69188Buffalo Bills from Browns-610189Jacksonville Jaguars-611190Philadelphia Eagles from Falcons-612191New York Jets-613192Green Bay Packers from Raiders-614193Indianapolis Colts-615194Tampa Bay Buccaneers-616195New England Patriots from Broncos-617196Chicago Bears-618197Detroit Lions from Cowboys through Dolphins and Colts-619198Pittsburgh Steelers-620199Los Angeles Rams-621200Chicago Bears from Eagles-622201Minnesota Vikings from Bills-623202Arizona Cardinals from Patriots-624203Minnesota Vikings from Saints-625204New England Patriots from Texans-626205Minnesota Vikings-627206Jacksonville Jaguars from Seahawks-628207Buffalo Bills from Ravens through Patriots-629208Green Bay Packers from Titans-630209Green Bay Packers-631210San Francisco 49ers-632211New York Jets from Chiefs-633212New England Patriots (compensatory pick)-634213New England Patriots (compensatory pick)-636214Seattle Seahawks (compensatory pick)-Round 7RoundPickOverallTeamPick71215Cincinnati Bengals-72216Washington Redskins-73217San Francisco 49ers from Lions-74218New York Giants-75219Minnesota Vikings from Dolphins-76220Los Angeles Chargers-77221Carolina Panthers-78222Arizona Cardinals-79223Jacksonville Jaguars-710224Tennessee Titans from Browns-711225Baltimore Ravens from Jets-712226Chicago Bears from Raiders-713227Miami Dolphins from Colts-714228Atlanta Falcons from Buccaneers through Eagles-715229Washington Redskins from Broncos-716230New England Patriots from Falcons-717231Dallas Cowboys-718232Pittsburgh Steelers-719233Chicago Bears-720234Los Angeles Rams-721235New England Patriots from Eagles-722236Green Bay Packers from Bills through Browns-723237Tennessee Titans from Patriots through Broncos-724238New York Giants from Saints-725239Buffalo Bills from Vikings-726240Houston Texans-727241Tampa Bay Buccaneers from Seahawks through Patriots-728242Green Bay Packers from Ravens-729243Tennessee Titans-730244Minnesota Vikings from Packers through Browns and Saints-731245Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 49ers-732246Miami Dolphins from Chiefs-733247New York Giants (compensatory pick)-734248Houston Texans (compensatory pick)-735249Minnesota Vikings (compensatory pick)-736250Houston Texans (compensatory pick)-737251Miami Dolphins (compensatory pick)-738252Denver Broncos (compensatory pick)-739253Minnesota Vikings (compensatory pick)-740254Denver Broncos (compensatory pick)-741255New York Giants (compensatory pick)- The 2020 NFL Draft resumes Saturday for the final four rounds with a start time that accounts for such a lengthy process on Day 3. Rounds 4 of the 2020 NFL Draft begins at noon ET on Saturday, and the final day of the selection process is expected to last roughly seven hours.As has been the case for the first two days of the 2020 NFL Draft, Saturday’s presentation of Rounds 4-7 will broadcast live on ABC, ESPN and NFL Network.last_img read more

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