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2024 Titans Draft Preview: How to Watch and Listen


NASHVILLE — The Titans are scheduled to have the seventh overall selection and seven total picks in the 89th Annual National Football League Player Selection Meeting, which will be held next week in Detroit, Mich.

The draft opens with the first round on Thursday, April 25 at 7 p.m. CDT. Rounds 2 and 3 are set for the following evening, beginning at 6 p.m. CDT, and the process concludes with Rounds 4-7 on Saturday, April 27, at 11 a.m. CDT.

The draft will take place in the downtown Detroit area surrounding the award-winning Campus Martius Park and Hart Plaza. Thirteen prospects are scheduled to attend the draft in person and will be greeted on the main stage by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Fans interested in attending the festivities can find more information at

Meanwhile, Titans personnel involved in the selection process, including executive vice president/general manager Ran Carthon, head coach Brian Callahan, president of football operations Chad Brinker and the team's player personnel staff, will be situated in the C.O. Brocato Draft Room at Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park in MetroCenter, just north of downtown Nashville.


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All three days of the 2024 NFL Draft will be televised on NFL Network, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ABC, including Nashville ABC affiliate WKRN News 2.

For the 18th year, NFL Network will provide live on-location coverage. NFL Media—comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films,, NFL+, the NFL App, NFL RedZone and free-ad supported television streaming service NFL Channel—will feature more than 60 original hours of Draft Week coverage beginning Sunday, April 21.

On Thursday and Friday, ESPN and ABC will have two distinct draft telecasts, offering viewers multiple ways to consume the event. On Saturday, ABC will simulcast ESPN's presentation.

The draft will be streamed live via NFL and ESPN digital properties across devices (phone, PC, tablet and connected TVs). Restrictions may apply.


Titans Radio, including Nashville flagship 104.5 The Zone, will carry draft programming across the Mid-South with a team that includes Mike Keith, Dave McGinnis, Ramon Foster, Amie Wells and Rhett Bryan. - Find Your Titans Radio affiliate

Titans Radio's broadcast coverage:

  • Thursday, 6-10 p.m. CDT
  • Friday, 6-9 p.m. CDT
  • Saturday 4-6 p.m. CDT.

National radio coverage will be provided by SiriusXM NFL Radio, Westwood One and ESPN Radio.


Senior writer/editor Jim Wyatt will lead the draft coverage at, which will feature interviews, videos, live press conferences and more, updated continuously on the web, at the Titans mobile app and on all official team social channels.

Press Conferences will be streamed live here on and the Titans mobile app each day.

Exact timing of press conferences are TBD.

Fans on mobile devices can opt-in to push notifications on the Titans mobile app to receive real-time draft updates.


The Titans' current picks are comprised of four of their seven original selections and three additional picks acquired in trades. They surrendered their third-round choice to the Arizona Cardinals in the 2023 draft-day deal that allowed them to select quarterback Will Levis. Their original fifth-rounder went to the Carolina Panthers in the 2022 swap for offensive lineman Dennis Daley. Most recently, the Titans sent their seventh-round selection to the Cleveland Browns for offensive lineman Leroy Watson IV.

The Titans own their original sixth-rounder, but only after dealing it to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2022 for defensive back Ugo Amadi and then reacquiring it in the 2023 trade that included safety Kevin Byard.

The Titans also gained a fifth-rounder from Philadelphia in the Byard deal, a sixth-rounder from Philadelphia in the Amadi swap, and a seventh rounder from Kansas City as part of the 2024 offseason trade for cornerback L'Jarius Sneed.

This year the Titans did not receive any of the NFL's 32 compensatory picks that are awarded in Rounds 3-7 based on net unrestricted free agency losses a year ago.

Teams are permitted to trade any pick, including compensatory selections.


In determining draft order, non-playoff clubs select first through 18th, according to the reverse order of their standing (i.e., the team with the lowest winning percentage receives the first pick, the team with the second-lowest winning percentage receives the second pick, etc.). Playoff teams select 19th through 32nd based on their level of advancement in the postseason.

Ties in the draft order are broken by figuring the aggregate won-lost-tied percentage of each involved club's regular season opponents (strength of schedule) and awarding preferential selection order to the club which faced the schedule of teams with the lowest aggregate won-lost-tied percentage. If ties still exist, the divisional, conference or interconference tie-breaking methods are applied, whichever is applicable.

Clubs involved in two-club ties alternate positions from round-to-round.

In ties that involve three or more clubs, the club at the top of a tied segment in a given round will move to the bottom of the segment for the next round, while all other clubs in the segment move up one position. This rotation continues throughout the draft.

The Titans were one of two teams with a 6-11 record in 2023, along with the New York Giants. The Giants had a .512 strength of schedule in 2023, while the Titans finished with a .522 strength of schedule. As a result, the Giants own the sixth overall choice in the first round, and the Titans pick seventh. In the second round, the Titans move to the sixth slot (38th overall), while the Giants pick seventh (39th overall). They will rotate positions throughout the remainder of the draft.

Since 1967, when the NFL and AFL agreed to a "common draft," the Titans/Oilers have never had the seventh overall draft pick. They did have the seventh pick in the 1962 AFL Draft and took Howard Payne University defensive tackle Ray Jacobs.

The seventh pick of the 2023 NFL Draft was Texas Tech defensive end Tyree Wilson, who was taken by the Las Vegas Raiders. As a rookie, Wilson appeared in all 17 games and registered 3.5 sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

The recent list of players selected seventh overall also includes tackle Penei Sewell (2021, Detroit), defensive tackle Derrick Brown (2020, Carolina), outside linebacker Josh Allen (2019, Jacksonville), quarterback Josh Allen (2018, Buffalo), defensive lineman DeForest Buckner (2016, San Francisco), wide receiver Mike Evans (2014, Tampa Bay) and running back Adrian Peterson (2007, Minnesota).

In 57 drafts in the common draft era, there have been 26 total No. 7 overall picks (45.6 percent) that have gone on to make at least one Pro Bowl. The list includes two members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame: defensive lineman Bryant Young, who was selected seventh overall by the San Francisco 49ers in 1994, and cornerback Champ Bailey, chosen by the Denver Broncos in 1999.

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