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How to Watch: 2020 NFL Combine 

The league is making things a little different this year. Fans will be able to catch on-field drills in primetime for the very first time.

LSU linebacker Devin White runs a drill during the NFL football scouting combine, Sunday, March 3, 2019, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

You may be settling into life between football seasons and getting used to not seeing NFL football games on the weekends, but the Combine is here to provide a brief reprieve. For the first time, the on-field drills at the NFL Combine will be aired in primetime. It will give fans the opportunity to keep tabs on all their favorite draft prospects more easily, not only available on NFL Network, but through the NFL App on a livestream.

The Combine provides an opportunity for college players who have declared for the draft to either confirm or contradict the plethora of scouting reports done already on them. Personnel staffs from all 32 teams will be in attendance to see if their impressions, and months of evaluation, thus far are correct about each of the 337 participants.

How to Watch:

NFL Network

Thursday – Saturday 4-11 p.m. ET

Sunday 2-7 p.m. ET

Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.

Live Stream

On-field drills by position group:

Thursday – TE, QB, WR

4-11 p.m. ET

Friday – PK, ST, OL, RB

4-11 p.m. ET

Saturday – DL, LB

4-11 p.m. ET

Sunday – DB

2-7 p.m. ET

This year, there were also be new drills added to multiple position groups. A total of 16, in fact. To see a full list of the invited participants, click here.

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