By NFL rule, expansion teams are given the first selection in each round of the draft. The last expansion team in the NFL was the Houston Texans who began play in 2002. They were awarded the first selection in each round of the 2002 NFL Draft.
Since each round is timed, they're predictable every year. The first round for 2012 lasted just over 3 hours; the 2013 first round draft lasted about 3 hours, 30 minutes.
They start out the draft with the Number 7 pick, but there is a good deal of speculation that it could be traded. They then have their normal 2nd and 3rd round picks with another in the 3rd from the Jets/Braylon Edwards trade. Then the 4th round is one pick. The 5th round has 3, theirs, the Jets (Braylon), and the Bucs (Kellen Winslow). Then the 6th and 7th rounds are normal. Round it off with a compensatory pick at the end and that is their 11 2010 Draft Selections.
32, one for each team
8. 1 in each round
two rounds of 30 each one, total- 60. players who picked in the first round- get a contract. players who picked in the secend round- will have to be in a training camp to get into a team.
Each team gets 10 minutes to select a player in the first round. The second round gets shortened to seven minutes per pick. From rounds 3-7, teams get five minutes per pick.
8. 1 in each round except for two in the 4th.
Well, In the first round each team gets 10 mins to select their pick. The first team, which had the worst record from the previous year, goes first. They pick then the second and so on. In rounds 2-7 each team gets 5 mins to select their player. Teams can trade picks during the draft for other picks and players.