The NFL Combine is officially here. The pre-draft event is one of the most important steps for both the 32 NFL teams and the numerous prospects in attendance. It gives the teams an up-close look at the players and gives the prospects a chance to shine with everyone watching.
The week-long event is essentially a job interview for the players. They'll be interviewed and tested in regards to their physical, mental abilities health status. The Combine has grown in attention in recent years, and it's become a must-watch event for many NFL Draft fans. Here's everything you need to know about the 2016 NFL Combine.
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana
NFL Network will broadcast the Combine from Friday to Monday. Those are the days that there are workouts from the players.
Where To Watch Online:
The live stream from the Combine is available here.
The combine starts with players arriving Tuesday, Feb. 23rd and runs through Monday, Feb. 29th.
Schedule Of Events:
Wednesday, Feb. 24:
There are interviews for running backs, offensive linemen and special team players.
Thursday, Feb. 25:
There are Interviews for quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends.
Friday, Feb. 26:
The first televised day has workouts for running backs, offensive linemen and special team players. Friday will also feature interviews for defensive linemen and linebackers.
Saturday, Feb. 27:
The second televised day holds workouts for quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends. Saturday will also feature interviews for defensive backs.
Sunday, Feb. 28:
The third televised day features workouts for defensive linemen and linebackers.
Monday, Feb. 29:
The final day has only workouts for defensive backs.
There are a whopping 332 players expected to attend the combine. We can't list them all here, but a full list can be found on NFL Combine site. For more coverage of the NFL Combine, be sure to download the Chat Sports Android and iPhone app.