NFL Combine drill day is finally here. After days of interviews, medical checks and debates about hand sizes, the players of tomorrow will finally take on Lucas Oil Stadium and show what all of those measurements mean in terms of on-field productivity.
This year, the NFL moved the Combine to prime time, because, apparently, a lot of people want to watch this. If you’re reading these words right now, I don’t need to sell you on it. You’re in.
So I’ll quit the chat and let you all discuss Thursday’s results as they come in. Thursday events kick off at 4 p.m. ET with the quarterbacks, tight ends and wide receivers. If you’re wondering which players you should be watching, our own Kent Lee Platte previewed each position last week. Here’s a look:
If you’re hoping to watch the Combine live, instructions are here.
If you aren’t able to watch live, I have embedded a Twitter list below that should automatically update with all of the Combine information you need.