Now that Super Bowl 50 is over, NFL teams are looking toward building championship contenders for the 2016 season. The next key date on the NFL calendar comes Feb. 23, with the NFL Scouting Combine. The draft is set for two months later in Chicago.

The 2016 NFL Draft will last for three days, starting Thursday, April 28. The first day will conclude with the end of the first round, with rounds No. 2 and No. 3 set for Friday, April 29. The draft concludes Saturday, April 30, as teams make their picks in the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh rounds.

Day One of the draft could be slightly shorter than usual since there will only be 31 picks instead of 32. The New England Patriots don’t have a first-round selection as punishment for their role in "Deflategate."

Last year, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota were selected with the first two picks of the draft, but it’s not likely that this year’s draft will start with two quarterbacks going off the board. California's Jared Goff, Memphis' Paxton Lynch and North Dakota State's Carson Wentz are all highly regarded, but only one team with a top-five pick is expected to consider a signal caller.

A year after drafting Mariota, the Tennessee Titans have the No. 1 pick. At No. 2, the Cleveland Browns desperately need a quarterback. But the San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars are set at the position with the next three selections.

No team has two first-round picks, and the Los Angeles Rams lead the way with two selections in the second round. The San Francisco 49ers have 12 picks in the upcoming draft. The Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears both have nine total draft picks.

The 2015 NFL draft saw four first-round picks make the Pro Bowl, including three top-10 picks in Winston, Amari Cooper and Todd Gurley. Tyler Lockett was a third-round pick of the Seattle Seahawks, and he made the NFL’s All-Star Game as a kick returner.

It's the second year in a row that the draft will be held in Chicago. Before moving to the Auditorium Theatre, the draft was held in New York City from 1965-2014.

Draft Order

1. Tennessee Titans

2. Cleveland Browns

3. San Diego Chargers

4. Dallas Cowboys

5. Jacksonville Jaguars

6. Baltimore Ravens

7. San Francisco 49ers

8. Miami Dolphins

9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

10. New York Giants

11. Chicago Bears

12. New Orleans Saints

13. Philadelphia Eagles

14. Oakland Raiders

15. Los Angeles Rams

16. Detroit Lions

17. Atlanta Falcons

18. Indianapolis Colts

19. Buffalo Bills

20. New York Jets

21. Washington Redskins

22. Houston Texans

23. Minnesota Vikings

24. Cincinnati Bengals

25. Pittsburgh Steelers

26. Seattle Seahawks

27. Green Bay Packers

28. Kansas City Chiefs

29. Arizona Cardinals

30. Carolina Panthers

31. Denver Broncos