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Live NFL draft updates: Patriots pick QB at No. 3 as 1st round continues

The New England Patriots made their highest draft pick in more than 30 years when the 2024 NFL draft begins Thursday night in Detroit.The Patriots selected quarterback Drake Maye from the University of North Carolina with the third overall pick after they finished the 2023 season with a 4-13 record.The last time New England held a higher draft pick was in 1993, when the Pats selected quarterback Drew Bledsoe with the No. 1 overall pick following a 2-14 season.Follow along with live updates from the first round of the NFL draft below: 9:53 p.m., Colts draft pass rusher: The Indianapolis Colts select former UCLA edge defender Laiatu Latu with the 15th overall pick. The Seattle Seahawks are on the clock. 9:45 p.m., Saints select lineman: The New Orleans Saints draft former Oregon State offensive tackle Taliese Fuaga with the 14th overall pick. The Indianapolis Colts are now on the clock.9:37 p.m., Raiders take top tight end: The Las Vegas Raiders select former Georgia tight end Brock Bowers with the 13th overall pick. The New Orleans Saints are now on the clock.9:33 p.m., Broncos take last of top six QBs: The Denver Broncos select former Oregon quarterback Bo Nix with the 12th overall pick. The Las Vegas Raiders are now on the clock.9:26 p.m., Jets beef up offensive line: The New York Jets select former Penn State offensive tackle Olumuyiwa Fashanu with the 11th overall pick. The Denver Broncos are now on the clock.9:20 p.m., Minnesota takes a QB: The Minnesota Vikings select former Michigan quarterback J.J. McCarthy with the 10th overall pick. Minnesota had lost their former starter at QB, Kirk Cousins, to the Atlanta Falcons in free agency. The New York Jets are now on the clock.9:14 p.m., Vikings make move up the board: The New York Jets trade the 10th overall pick to the Minnesota Vikings, who were set to draft at No. 11. The Jets now have the 11th overall pick, as well as a fourth-round pick (No. 129) and fifth-round pick (No. 157) in this year’s draft. The Vikings also received the 203rd overall pick in the sixth round as part of the trade. 9:12 p.m., Bears take receiver: The Chicago Bears select former Washington wide receiver Rome Odunze with the ninth overall pick, eight picks after drafting quarterback Caleb Williams at No. 1. The New York Jets are on the clock.9:07 p.m., Falcons make splash: The Atlanta Falcons select former Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr. with the eighth overall pick. The pick is a bit of a surprise the Falcons signed free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins to a four-year, $180 million deal with $100 million guaranteed. The Chicago Bears are back on the clock.9:01 p.m., Titans take tackle: The Tennessee Titans select former Alabama offensive lineman JC Latham with the seventh overall pick. The Atlanta Falcons are now on the clock. 8:52 p.m., Giants take wide receiver: There was speculation the New York Giants would draft a quarterback, despite having 2019 first-round pick Daniel Jones on their roster, but the Giants select former LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers with the sixth overall pick. The Tennessee Titans are now on the clock.8:47 p.m., Chargers fortify O-line: The Los Angeles Chargers select former Notre Dame offensive tackle Joe Alt with the fifth overall pick. The New York Giants are now on the clock.8:38 p.m., Cardinals draft first non-QB: The Arizona Cardinals select former Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. with the fourth overall pick. The Los Angeles Chargers are now on the clock.8:32 p.m., Pats land Maye: The New England Patriots select Drake Maye from the University of North Carolina with the No. 3 overall pick. Maye becomes the second quarterback the Patriots have drafted in the last four years. The Arizona Cardinals are now on the clock.8:26 p.m., Commanders take QB: The Washington Commanders draft reigning Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels with the second overall pick. The Patriots are now on the clock. 8:19 p.m., Bears make first pick: As expected, the Chicago Bears draft former USC quarterback Caleb Williams with the No. 1 overall pick. The Washington Commanders are now on the clock.8:08 p.m., NFL draft begins: NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was joined by superstar rapper Eminem, a Michigan native, to kick off the NFL draft festivities in Detroit. They were also joined by current and former Detroit Lions superstars, including Barry Sanders and Calvin Johnson.7:50 p.m. – Former Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is part of this year’s NFL draft coverage. Belichick, who won six Super Bowls in 24 seasons with New England, will be on The Pat McAfee Show Draft Spectacular during the first round on Thursday.With no other first-round picks currently in the Patriots’ possession, they are set to pick second on Friday at No. 34 overall when the draft resumes with the second round. The only other Day 2 draft pick currently held by the Patriots is No. 68 overall, which is the fourth pick in the third round.The Patriots currently hold five picks over the final four rounds of the NFL draft, which will play out on Saturday.As of now, the Pats have the third pick in Round 4 at No. 103 overall, the second pick in Round 5 at No. 137 overall, the fourth pick in Round 6 at No. 180 overall, the 17th pick in Round 6 at No. 193 overall and the 11th pick in Round 7 at No. 231 overall.The Patriots acquired the 193rd overall pick from the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for quarterback Mac Jones, New England’s 2021 first-round selection with the 15th overall pick.New England acquired the 231st overall pick from the Chicago Bears in exchange for wide receiver N’Keal Harry, who was selected by the Pats with the final first-round pick (No. 32) in the 2019 NFL draft.Check back here for live updates on which players the Patriots have drafted and what picks they hold:Round 1, Pick 3 (3rd overall): QB Drake Maye, University of North CarolinaRound 2, Pick 2 (34th overall)Round 3, Pick 4 (68th overall)Round 4, Pick 3 (103rd overall)Round 5, Pick 2 (137th overall)Round 6, Pick 4 (180th overall)Round 6, Pick 17 (193rd overall)Round 7, Pick 11 (231st overall)SportsCenter 5’s Duke Castiglione leads live Patriots draft coverage from Detroit. Watch every round and every pick live on WCVB Channel 5.

The New England Patriots made their highest draft pick in more than 30 years when the 2024 NFL draft begins Thursday night in Detroit.

The Patriots selected quarterback Drake Maye from the University of North Carolina with the third overall pick after they finished the 2023 season with a 4-13 record.

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The last time New England held a higher draft pick was in 1993, when the Pats selected quarterback Drew Bledsoe with the No. 1 overall pick following a 2-14 season.

Follow along with live updates from the first round of the NFL draft below:

  • 9:53 p.m., Colts draft pass rusher: The Indianapolis Colts select former UCLA edge defender Laiatu Latu with the 15th overall pick. The Seattle Seahawks are on the clock.
  • 9:45 p.m., Saints select lineman: The New Orleans Saints draft former Oregon State offensive tackle Taliese Fuaga with the 14th overall pick. The Indianapolis Colts are now on the clock.
  • 9:37 p.m., Raiders take top tight end: The Las Vegas Raiders select former Georgia tight end Brock Bowers with the 13th overall pick. The New Orleans Saints are now on the clock.
  • 9:33 p.m., Broncos take last of top six QBs: The Denver Broncos select former Oregon quarterback Bo Nix with the 12th overall pick. The Las Vegas Raiders are now on the clock.
  • 9:26 p.m., Jets beef up offensive line: The New York Jets select former Penn State offensive tackle Olumuyiwa Fashanu with the 11th overall pick. The Denver Broncos are now on the clock.
  • 9:20 p.m., Minnesota takes a QB: The Minnesota Vikings select former Michigan quarterback J.J. McCarthy with the 10th overall pick. Minnesota had lost their former starter at QB, Kirk Cousins, to the Atlanta Falcons in free agency. The New York Jets are now on the clock.
  • 9:14 p.m., Vikings make move up the board: The New York Jets trade the 10th overall pick to the Minnesota Vikings, who were set to draft at No. 11. The Jets now have the 11th overall pick, as well as a fourth-round pick (No. 129) and fifth-round pick (No. 157) in this year’s draft. The Vikings also received the 203rd overall pick in the sixth round as part of the trade.
  • 9:12 p.m., Bears take receiver: The Chicago Bears select former Washington wide receiver Rome Odunze with the ninth overall pick, eight picks after drafting quarterback Caleb Williams at No. 1. The New York Jets are on the clock.
  • 9:07 p.m., Falcons make splash: The Atlanta Falcons select former Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr. with the eighth overall pick. The pick is a bit of a surprise the Falcons signed free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins to a four-year, $180 million deal with $100 million guaranteed. The Chicago Bears are back on the clock.
  • 9:01 p.m., Titans take tackle: The Tennessee Titans select former Alabama offensive lineman JC Latham with the seventh overall pick. The Atlanta Falcons are now on the clock.
  • 8:52 p.m., Giants take wide receiver: There was speculation the New York Giants would draft a quarterback, despite having 2019 first-round pick Daniel Jones on their roster, but the Giants select former LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers with the sixth overall pick. The Tennessee Titans are now on the clock.
  • 8:47 p.m., Chargers fortify O-line: The Los Angeles Chargers select former Notre Dame offensive tackle Joe Alt with the fifth overall pick. The New York Giants are now on the clock.
  • 8:38 p.m., Cardinals draft first non-QB: The Arizona Cardinals select former Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. with the fourth overall pick. The Los Angeles Chargers are now on the clock.
  • 8:32 p.m., Pats land Maye: The New England Patriots select Drake Maye from the University of North Carolina with the No. 3 overall pick. Maye becomes the second quarterback the Patriots have drafted in the last four years. The Arizona Cardinals are now on the clock.
  • 8:26 p.m., Commanders take QB: The Washington Commanders draft reigning Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels with the second overall pick. The Patriots are now on the clock.
  • 8:19 p.m., Bears make first pick: As expected, the Chicago Bears draft former USC quarterback Caleb Williams with the No. 1 overall pick. The Washington Commanders are now on the clock.
  • 8:08 p.m., NFL draft begins: NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was joined by superstar rapper Eminem, a Michigan native, to kick off the NFL draft festivities in Detroit. They were also joined by current and former Detroit Lions superstars, including Barry Sanders and Calvin Johnson.
  • 7:50 p.m. – Former Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is part of this year’s NFL draft coverage. Belichick, who won six Super Bowls in 24 seasons with New England, will be on The Pat McAfee Show Draft Spectacular during the first round on Thursday.

With no other first-round picks currently in the Patriots’ possession, they are set to pick second on Friday at No. 34 overall when the draft resumes with the second round. The only other Day 2 draft pick currently held by the Patriots is No. 68 overall, which is the fourth pick in the third round.

The Patriots currently hold five picks over the final four rounds of the NFL draft, which will play out on Saturday.

As of now, the Pats have the third pick in Round 4 at No. 103 overall, the second pick in Round 5 at No. 137 overall, the fourth pick in Round 6 at No. 180 overall, the 17th pick in Round 6 at No. 193 overall and the 11th pick in Round 7 at No. 231 overall.

The Patriots acquired the 193rd overall pick from the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for quarterback Mac Jones, New England’s 2021 first-round selection with the 15th overall pick.

New England acquired the 231st overall pick from the Chicago Bears in exchange for wide receiver N’Keal Harry, who was selected by the Pats with the final first-round pick (No. 32) in the 2019 NFL draft.

Check back here for live updates on which players the Patriots have drafted and what picks they hold:

  • Round 1, Pick 3 (3rd overall): QB Drake Maye, University of North Carolina
  • Round 2, Pick 2 (34th overall)
  • Round 3, Pick 4 (68th overall)
  • Round 4, Pick 3 (103rd overall)
  • Round 5, Pick 2 (137th overall)
  • Round 6, Pick 4 (180th overall)
  • Round 6, Pick 17 (193rd overall)
  • Round 7, Pick 11 (231st overall)

SportsCenter 5’s Duke Castiglione leads live Patriots draft coverage from Detroit. Watch every round and every pick live on WCVB Channel 5.

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