The 2016 Senior Bowl is this weekend, meaning throughout the week, we will be hearing all about how this NFL Draft prospect looks great in practice, while this other prospect is struggling. College players about whom you've never heard a thing will suddenly become the greatest player to ever participate in the event, while someone else will validate why they should not be on the radar as a draft prospect, despite an entire year of great film.
The Senior Bowl itself will be played on Saturday at 2:30pm ET. It is annually held at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama. The game features many of the top prospects for the spring's NFL Draft, and the week of practices leading up to the game gives all 32 NFL teams a chance to converge into one place to watch potential selections for the Draft. General managers and scouts will be watching every repetition throughout the week as the coaching staffs for the Dallas Cowboys (North Team) and Jacksonville Jaguars (South Team) get the players ready for the game.
Here is a run down of what is happening when throughout the week, as well as where you can find the rosters for both teams. NFL Network will broadcast live from the Senior Bowl practices each day at 3:30pm ET.
Senior Bowl Practices
Tuesday: Player weigh-in, South Team practice 2:15-4:00, North Team practice 4:15-6:00
Wednesday: North Team practice 10:30-12:30, South Team practice 2:30-4:30
Thursday: North Team practice 10:30-12:30, South Team practice 2:30-4:30
Friday: Team walkthroughs
(Note: All times Eastern. Mobile, Alabama is in Central time zone.)