NFL draft: What happens when a team runs out of time?

In the NFL draft, all 32 teams have time limits to get their picks in. In the first round, that is 10 minutes. In the second, it’s seven, and in the third, it drops down to five.

Typically, teams get their picks in well before the clocks hit double zeroes, without any drama or much fuss.

But not always.

When a team fails to get its pick in on time, the next team’s clock starts, but the original team can still get caught up. Essentially, the clock measures the time until the next team can make its pick, rather than the time the current team has to make its pick.

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