2023 NFL Draft order: Picks 1-29 are set after conference championship games

With the conclusion of conference championship weekend, the NFL Draft order is almost completely set.

While the first 18 picks were already set at the end of the regular season, playoff teams are slotted in after they're eliminated.

That means we already know where picks 1-29 will be in the first round,

 with only the last two picks to be decided in the Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.

There will only be 31 selections in the first round this year as the Miami Dolphins were stripped of their pick due to a tampering violation.

The Bengals earned the 28th pick after they lost to the Chiefs in Sunday's AFC championship game.

 The 29th pick is now controlled by the New Orleans Saints, who got it in a deal that sent coach Sean Payton to the Denver Broncos.

The Broncos received the pick from the Dolphins in a trade and the Dolphins acquired it from its original owner, the San Francisco 49ers, who lost to the Eagles on Sunday in the NFC title game.

The Saints are now back in the first round after they traded away their original pick (10th overall) to the Eagles in a series of pick swaps last year.