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How to watch 2020 NFL Combine: Workout schedule, TV channel, online streaming

All the information you need to watch this weekend’s Combine drills.

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It’s Thursday, which means the meat and potatoes part of the NFL Combine is here for us fans watching from home. Though the past three days have been extremely important for the players and the teams, as they gather information through measurements, physical examinations and interviews, the most entertaining part from a visual standpoint is the on-field workouts.

Now a primetime event, those workouts kick off Thursday evening with the quarterbacks, tight ends, and wide receivers down at Lucas Oil Stadium. This is the first year the NFL has moved all of the main workouts to the evening, so it will be an adjustment for everyone. However, it should be convenient for the viewer, as I’m sure the league is planning to get the high-anticipated 40-yard dash lined up just in time for everyone to be home from work.

If you’re looking forward to watching these events, here’s a basic schedule and how you can watch for each of the upcoming four days of on-field drills.

Thursday, February 27

Positions: QBs, TEs, WRs
Time: 4 p.m ET - 11 p.m. ET
TV: NFL Network (4-11 p.m. ET), ESPN (7-8 p.m. ET)
Online streaming: NFL.com/watch, Fubo.tv (free trial here)

Friday, February 28

Positions: OL, RBs, Special teamers
Time: 4 p.m. ET - 11 p.m. ET
TV: NFL Network
Online streaming: NFL.com/watch, Fubo.tv (free trial here)

Saturday, February 29

Positions: DL, LBs
Time: 4 p.m. ET - 11 p.m. ET
TV: NFL Network
Online streaming: NFL.com/watch, Fubo.tv (free trial here)

Sunday, March 1

Positions: DBs
Time: 2 p.m. ET - 7 p.m. ET
TV: NFL Network
Online streaming: NFL.com/watch, Fubo.tv (free trial here)