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Fins On The Clock To Provide More Than 20 Hours Of Dolphins Draft Coverage
By on May 8, 2014 at 11:14 am

NFL Draft The  2014 NFL draft kicks off tonight at 8 p.m. in primetime and The Finsiders will have 22 hours of comprehensive coverage of the entire 3-day event.

Starting today at 4 p.m., The Finsiders crew will be on the air breaking down all the draft possibilities through the end of the first round. The show will broadcast live from the Doctor’s Hospital Training Facility and Sun Life Stadium until the first round ends.

Second round coverage begins Friday at 4 p.m., and runs straight through to the end of Rounds 2 and 3.

On Saturday, The Finsiders will be on the air Saturday starting at 12 p.m., recapping the first two days of the draft and discussing Rounds 4 through 7 with six hours of coverage.

Greg Likens anchors the coverage and is joined by a rotating group of analysts including John Congemi and former Dolphins players Jimmy Cefalo, Troy Drayton, Sam Madison, O.J.McDuffie, Keith Sims, Twan Russell and Troy Stradford.

How can you tune in? Fans can watch all the coverage live on to see exclusive interviews with every player selected by the team, thorough analysis from The Finsiders panel of experts, profiles of some of the draft’s most exciting prospects and so much more. Fans can also listen in on 940 WINZ.

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