Okay, here's how tonight goes. Live blog will open about 6 p.m., just as they start Round 2 of the draft. We'll keep it open until I'm done working. Honestly, I don't know how many people are going to get into it for later rounds, but it went so well last night that I'm encouraged to try it again.
For your information, last night's participation was the second-highest ever for a live event on this blog, coming in just a few clicks behind the Giants-Eagles game in November. And we had by far the most comments submitted and published. So thanks for that.
As for the problems some of you had getting onto the live blog, sorry about that. But nowhere does it tell me that it favors any particular browser. That's not surprising. I get the feeling all these computers act differently, even if they're running the same, exact software. Kind of like human beings. I will say this, though. I've never heard of a complaint of that kind coming out of anyone using Safari or Internet Explorer, so perhaps if you try downloading one of those you'll have better luck.
Hope you'll all join me tonight. We might have some news during the day, too, including an interview with the first-round pick, Jason Pierre-Paul. People are already comparing him to Jevon "The Freak" Kearse because of his body type, but you guys should hope he turns into the kind of pass rusher Kearse was. Not much Division 1 experience there, either.
The good news is that defensive end is not real rocket scientist's position. If nothing else, they can line him up in situations and say, "See that guy with the ball? Put him on his rear end!"
This pick might not turn out so bad after all.