On Tuesday, NFL Network announced their on-air talent for the 2021 Draft in Cleveland. Joining the crew of NFL Network standbys are a pair of analysts from other networks: Charles Davis of CBS and Joel Klatt of Fox. Additionally, Stanford head coach David Shaw joins the broadcast for the first round on Thursday.

Here’s the full breakdown for the three days of the Draft, with as many as three different sets for the network.

Thursday, April 29th
Main Set: Rich Eisen, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, David Shaw
Outside Set: Joel Klatt, Kurt Warner
Stadium Set: Ian Rapoport
Stage: Melissa Stark

Friday, April 30th
Main Set: Rich Eisen, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Joel Klatt
Outside Set: Chris Rose, Peter Schrager
Stadium Set: Ian Rapoport
Stage: Melissa Stark

Saturday, May 1st
Main Set: Rich Eisen, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah, Peter Schrager
Stadium Set: Ian Rapoport

Last year, with the pandemic still in its early stages, the Draft was held virtually, and ESPN and NFL Network combined their coverage. This year, the Draft will once again be held in a traditional setting in Cleveland, with both ESPN and NFL Network televising it. Additionally, ESPN will produce a broadcast for ABC on Thursday and Friday before the network simulcasts the traditional ESPN coverage on Saturday.

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