NFL Combine 2023 schedule, events and how to stream

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MAR 3: The 2022 NFL Scouting Combine logo is seen at the Indiana Convention Center on March 3, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)
INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MAR 3: The 2022 NFL Scouting Combine logo is seen at the Indiana Convention Center on March 3, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images) /

The 2023 NFL Combine is the precursor to the draft that everyone wants to see and we have the schedule, events and how you can stream to watch.

Now that the offseason is here, many football fans are already eyeing the 2023 NFL Draft in April. And while we’ve seen a plethora of college football to get a look at these prospects, the NFL Combine is one of the most important events in the draft process.

The 2023 NFL Combine will be held, once again, in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium as fans will be able to attend but scouts and front office members alike will be there to see these prospects go through athletic testing and to meet with them to get an idea of the character of these young players. The athletic testing and drills will be televised between March 2-5.

So what do we have to look forward to at the 2023 NFL Combine? Here is a breakdown of the schedule, the events and tests that will be held, and how you can be sure to not miss a second of it leading up to the draft.

NFL Combine schedule 2023: Dates, position group schedules

Team interviews at the NFL Combine will begin taking place on Monday, Feb. 27 before we start to see these players in front of the media and begin the athletic testing. By position group, here’s what we’ll see on each day in Indianapolis.

Defensive Line, Linebackers

  • Wednesday, March 1: Media Interviews
  • Thursday, March 2: Measurements and On-Field Workouts
  • Friday, March 3: Bench Press (Day of departure from Combine)

Defensive Backs, Special Teams

  • Thursday, March 2: Media Interviews
  • Friday, March 3: Measurements and On-Field Workouts
  • Saturday, March 4: Bench Press (Day of departure from Combine)

Quarterbacks, Wide Receivers, Tight Ends

  • Friday, March 3: Media Interviews
  • Saturday, March 4: Measurements and On-Field Workouts
  • Sunday, March 5: Bench Press (Day of departure from Combine)

Offensive Linemen, Running Backs

  • Friday, March 3: Media Interviews
  • Sunday, March 5: Measurements and On-Field Workouts
  • Monday, March 6: Bench Press (Day of departure from Combine)

NFL Combine 2023 events: What tests will draft prospects go through?

A great deal of the value at the NFL Combine actually happens behind closed doors with the measurements, interviews, physicals, drug screenings and so on. Of course, we are all watching for the testing and the on-field components.

Here is a list of the events that we’ll see at the Combine in Indianapolis. However, it’s worth noting that every prospect invited is not required to participate in any of the athletic testing or drills.

  • 40-Yard Dash
  • Vertical Jump
  • Broad Jump
  • 3-Cone Drill
  • Bench Press (225 pounds)
  • 20-Yard Shuttle
  • 60-Yard Shuttle
  • Position-Specific Drills

The position-specific drills will obviously vary by what each position group does on the field. Quarterbacks will throw to various levels, wide receivers will be asked to make catches and turns, linemen will be asked to slide and move, and so on.

NFL Combine 2023: How to stream and watch

The 2023 NFL Combine will be broadcast on NFL Network, as it is every year. Fans can stream the action online or on the NFL app through the league’s website. You may be required to login, though, with a valid cable or satellite subscription package that includes NFL Network.

Fans will also have the option to sign up for FuboTV, which includes NFL Network as part of its package, to stream the action. Even better, new users will be able to use a 7-day free trial when they sign up for the streaming service.

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