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NFL Combine 2023: How to watch, events, start time, TV schedule, streaming and more

The NFL’s annual college prospect showcase kicks off this week. How can you watch the on-field workouts? We have all the TV and streaming info you need.

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The 2023 NFL Scouting Combine is kicking off, starting the build up toward the NFL Draft. Throughout the week, 319 college prospects will arrive in Indianapolis, Indiana, take part in physicals, interviews, and on-field drills in front of scouts, general managers, coaches, and executives from all 32 NFL franchises. Teams will have a chance to see players who they may choose to select in April’s Draft up close and either confirm or question what they may have seen on tape throughout the college season.

While the Combine officially began on Monday, February 27, with the arrival of the defensive linemen and linebackers, the on-field events do not begin until Thursday. Players are grouped by position, with the each group moving from arrival and registration on their assigned day one, through medical exams on days two and three, to on-field workouts and measurements on day four, then conduct the bench press and depart on day five. Included in that timeline are team interviews, media interviews, and a meeting with the NFL Players Association.

2023 NFL Scouting Combine Schedule
February 23 - March 6, 2023
Lucas Oil Field, Indianapolis, IN

Monday, February 27

  • Defensive linemen and linebackers registration, team interviews

Tuesday, February 28

  • Defensive linemen and linebackers medical exams, team interviews
  • Defensive backs and special teams registration, team interviews
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends registration, team interviews

Wednesday, March 1

  • Defensive linemen and linebackers medical exams, media interviews, NFLPA meeting, team interviews
  • Defensive backs and special teams medical exams and team interviews
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends NFLPA meeting, team interviews
  • Offensive linemen and running backs registration, team interviews

Thursday, March 2

  • Defensive linemen and linebackers measurements, on-field workouts
  • Defensive backs and special teams medical exams, media interviews, NFLPA meeting, team interviews
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends medical exams, media interviews
  • Offensive linemen and running backs medical exams, NFLPA meeting, team interviews

Friday, March 3

  • Defensive linemen and linebackers bench press, media interviews, depart
  • Defensive backs and special teams measurements, on-field workouts
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends medical exams, media interviews, team interviews
  • Offensive linemen and running backs medical exams, media interviews

Saturday, March 4

  • Defensive backs and special teams bench press, media interviews, depart
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends measurements, on-field workouts
  • Offensive linemen and running backs medical exams, media interviews, team interviews

Sunday, March 5

  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and tight ends bench press, depart
  • Offensive linemen and running backs measurements, on-field workouts

Monday, March 6

  • Offensive linemen and running backs bench press, depart

Television Coverage

NFL Network will air the NFL Scouting Combine on-field workouts live. The schedule for coverage is:

  • Thursday, March 2 (Defensive linemen, linebackers): 3 p.m. ET
  • Friday, March 3 (Defensive backs): 3 p.m. ET
  • Saturday, March 4 (Quarterbacks, wide receivers, tight ends): 1 p.m. ET
  • Sunday, March 5 (Running backs, offensive linemen): 1 p.m. ET

Re-airs of each day’s coverage will be at 9 p.m. ET on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday and at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday.

Streaming Options

The NFL will provide multiple ways to stream the entire event. and the NFL app will be options, assuming you have a TV plan that provides NFL Network.

NFL+ will provide coverage, as well as analysis and a “Player’s Only” option for watching the combine. The Player’s Only coverage will feature Kurt Warner, Steve Smith Sr., Joe Thomas, Shaun O’Hara, Maurice Jones-Drew and Michael Robinson. They will be joined throughout the Combine by Calais Campbell (Thursday), Matthew Judon (Thursday), Dwight Freeney (Thursday), Devin White (Thursday), Joe Haden (Friday), Sauce Gardner (Friday), Kenny Moore (Friday), Jordan Poyer (Friday), Adam Thielen (Saturday), Dawson Knox (Saturday), Dallas Goedert (Saturday), Taylor Lewan (Sunday), Dion Dawkins (Sunday), Aaron Jones (Sunday) and Jamaal Williams (Sunday). Rhett Lewis will serve as the host.

You can also find NFL Network on FuboTV.

Coaches/Executives Media Availabilities

The NFL schedules coaches and/or team executives to meet with the media during the week. While there can always be changes, additions, or re-scheduling, the current plan for media availabilities is from 10 a.m. ET to 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday and 1 p.m. ET to 4:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday.

For Dolphins fans, head coach Mike McDaniel is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday.

On-field Workouts

  • 40-yard dash
  • Bench press
  • Vertical jump
  • Broad jump
  • Three-cone drill
  • 20-yard shuttle
  • 60-yard shuttle

In-person fan attendance

If you are in the Indianapolis area and would like to attend any part of the Combine, visit to register for NFL OnePass. It is free to attend the Combine.



  • Tyson Bagent, Shepherd
  • Stetson Bennett, Georgia
  • Malik Cunningham, Louisville
  • Max Duggan, TCU
  • Jake Haener, Fresno State
  • Jaren Hall, BYU
  • Hendon Hooker, Tennessee
  • Will Levis, Kentucky
  • Tanner McKee, Stanford
  • Aidan O’Connell, Purdue
  • Anthony Richardson, Florida
  • C.J. Stroud, Ohio State
  • Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA
  • Clayton Tune, Houston
  • Bryce Young, Alabama

Running backs

  • Israel Abanikanda, Pittsburgh
  • Devon Achane, Texas A&M
  • Tank Bigsby, Auburn
  • Chase Brown, Illinois
  • Zach Charbonnet, UCLA
  • Travis Dye, USC
  • Tiyon Evans, Louisville
  • Zach Evans, Mississippi
  • Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama
  • Eric Gray, Oklahoma
  • Evan Hull, Northwestern
  • Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota
  • Roschon Johnson, Texas
  • Hunter Luepke, North Dakota State
  • DeWayne McBride, UAB
  • Kenny McIntosh, Georgia
  • Kendre Miller, TCU
  • Keaton Mitchell, East Carolina
  • Cam Peoples, Appalachian State
  • Deneric Prince, Tulsa
  • Bijan Robinson, Texas
  • Chris Rodriguez Jr., Kentucky
  • Tyjae Spears, Tulane
  • Tavion Thomas, Utah
  • SaRodorick Thompson, Texas Tech
  • Sean Tucker, Syracuse
  • Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State

Wide receivers

  • Jordan Addison, USC
  • Ronnie Bell, Michigan
  • Jake Bobo, UCLA
  • Kayshon Boutte, LSU
  • Jalen Brooks, South Carolina
  • Jason Brownlee, Southern Mississippi
  • Jacob Copeland, Maryland
  • Jalen Cropper, Fresno State
  • Derius Davis, TCU
  • Tank Dell, Houston
  • Dontay Demus Jr., Maryland
  • Demario Douglas, Liberty
  • Josh Downs, North Carolina
  • Grant DuBose, Charlotte
  • Zay Flowers, Boston College
  • Bryce Ford-Wheaton, West Virginia
  • Antoine Green, North Carolina
  • Jadon Haselwood, Arkansas
  • Malik Heath, Mississippi
  • Elijah Higgins, Stanford
  • Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State
  • Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee
  • Andrei Iosivas, Princeton
  • Kearis Jackson, Georgia
  • Rakim Jarrett, Maryland
  • Michael Jefferson, Louisiana
  • Jaray Jenkins, LSU
  • CJ Johnson, East Carolina
  • Quentin Johnston, TCU
  • Charlie Jones, Purdue
  • Malik Knowles, Kansas State
  • Matt Landers, Arkansas
  • Marvin Mims Jr., Oklahoma
  • Jonathan Mingo, Mississippi
  • Puka Nacua, BYU
  • Joseph Ngata, Clemson
  • Trey Palmer, Nebraska
  • A.T. Perry, Wake Forest
  • Jayden Reed, Michigan State
  • Rashee Rice, SMU
  • Tyler Scott, Cincinnati
  • Justin Shorter, Florida
  • Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Ohio State
  • Cedric Tillman, Tennessee
  • Mitchell Tinsley, Penn State
  • Tre Tucker, Cincinnati
  • Parker Washington, Penn State
  • Jalen Wayne, South Alabama
  • Dontayvion Wicks, Virginia
  • Michael Wilson, Stanford

Tight ends

  • Davis Allen, Clemson
  • Payne Durham, Purdue
  • Noah Gindorff, North Dakota State
  • Dalton Kincaid, Utah
  • Tucker Kraft, South Dakota State
  • Zack Kuntz, Old Dominion
  • Sam LaPorta, Iowa
  • Cameron Latu, Alabama
  • Will Mallory, Miami
  • Michael Mayer, Notre Dame
  • Luke Musgrave, Oregon State
  • Kyle Patterson, Air Force
  • Luke Schoonmaker, Michigan
  • Brenton Strange, Penn State
  • Leonard Taylor, Cincinnati
  • Travis Vokolek, Nebraska
  • Darnell Washington, Georgia
  • Blake Whiteheart, Wake Forest
  • Josh Whyle, Cincinnati
  • Brayden Willis, Oklahoma

Offensive linemen

  • Alan Ali, TCU
  • Jake Andrews, Troy
  • Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, Oregon
  • Steve Avila, TCU
  • Henry Bainivalu, Washington
  • TJ Bass, Oregon
  • Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse
  • Earl Bostick Jr., Kansas
  • Anthony Bradford, LSU
  • Nick Broeker, Mississippi
  • McClendon Curtis, Tennessee-Chattanooga
  • Braeden Daniels, Utah
  • Jaelyn Duncan, Maryland
  • Emil Ekiyor Jr., Alabama
  • Mark Evans II, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
  • Alex Forsyth, Oregon
  • Blake Freeland, BYU
  • Jon Gaines II, UCLA
  • Connor Galvin, Baylor
  • Richard Gouraige, Florida
  • Jovaughn Gwyn, South Carolina
  • Anton Harrison, Oklahoma
  • Ryan Hayes, Michigan
  • Paris Johnson Jr., Ohio State
  • Broderick Jones, Georgia
  • Dawand Jones, Ohio State
  • Jaxson Kirkland, Washington
  • Brent Laing, Minnesota-Duluth
  • Tashawn Manning, Kentucky
  • Cody Mauch, North Dakota State
  • Warren McClendon, Georgia
  • Jordan McFadden, Clemson
  • Wanya Morris, Oklahoma
  • John Ojukwu, Boise State
  • Olu Oluwatimi, Michigan
  • Jarrett Patterson, Notre Dame
  • Asim Richards, North Carolina
  • Nick Saldiveri, Old Dominion
  • John Michael Schmitz, Minnesota
  • Juice Scruggs, Penn State
  • Peter Skoronski, Northwestern
  • Sidy Sow, Eastern Michigan
  • Tyler Steen, Alabama
  • Ricky Stromberg, Arkansas
  • Joe Tippmann, Wisconsin
  • O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida
  • Andrew Vorhees, USC
  • Dalton Wagner, Arkansas
  • Carter Warren, Pittsburgh
  • Darnell Wright, Tennessee
  • Luke Wypler, Ohio State

Defensive linemen

  • Adetomiwa Adebawore, Northwestern
  • MJ Anderson, Iowa State
  • Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Kansas State
  • Habakkuk Baldonado, Pittsburgh
  • Robert Beal Jr., Georgia
  • Keeanu Benton, Wisconsin
  • Bryan Bresee, Clemson
  • Jalen Carter, Georgia
  • Jerrod Clark, Coastal Carolina
  • Keondre Coburn, Texas
  • Brenton Cox, Florida
  • DJ Dale, Alabama
  • Gervon Dexter, Florida
  • YaYa Diaby, Louisville
  • Ikenna Enechukwu, Rice
  • Viliami Fehoko Jr., San Jose State
  • Isaiah Foskey, Notre Dame
  • Ali Gaye, LSU
  • Nick Hampton, Appalachian State
  • Zach Harrison, Ohio State
  • KJ Henry, Clemson
  • Dylan Horton, TCU
  • Siaki Ika, Baylor
  • Thomas Incoom, Central Michigan
  • Calijah Kancey, Pittsburgh
  • Tyler Lacy, Oklahoma State
  • Isaiah Land, Florida A&M
  • Will McDonald IV, Iowa State
  • Isaiah McGuire, Missouri
  • Mike Morris, Michigan
  • Caleb Murphy, Ferris State
  • Myles Murphy, Clemson
  • PJ Mustipher, Penn State
  • Moro Ojomo, Texas
  • Zacch Pickens, South Carolina
  • Jose Ramirez, Eastern Michigan
  • Jalen Redmond, Oklahoma
  • Tavius Robinson, Mississippi
  • Jaquelin Roy, LSU
  • Nesta Jade Silvera, Arizona State
  • Mazi Smith, Michigan
  • Nolan Smith, Georgia
  • Dante Stills, West Virginia
  • Tuli Tuipulotu, USC
  • Lukas Van Ness, Iowa
  • Keion White, Georgia Tech
  • Tyree Wilson, Texas Tech
  • Colby Wooden, Auburn
  • Byron Young, Alabama
  • Byron Young, Tennessee
  • Cameron Young, Mississippi State


  • Yasir Abdullah, Louisville
  • Will Anderson Jr., Alabama
  • Jeremy Banks, Tennessee
  • Micah Baskerville, LSU
  • Jack Campbell, Iowa
  • Andre Carter II, Army
  • SirVocea Dennis, Pittsburgh
  • Jalen Graham, Purdue
  • Derick Hall, Auburn
  • Daiyan Henley, Washington State
  • Nick Herbig, Wisconsin
  • Shaka Heyward, Duke
  • DJ Johnson, Oregon
  • Andre Jones Jr., Louisiana
  • Cam Jones, Indiana
  • Eku Leota, Auburn
  • Ochaun Mathis, Nebraska
  • Ventrell Miller, Florida
  • Isaiah Moore, N.C. State
  • BJ Ojulari, LSU
  • Anfernee Orji, Vanderbilt
  • DeMarvion Overshown, Texas
  • Ivan Pace Jr., Cincinnati
  • Owen Pappoe, Auburn
  • Lonnie Phelps, Kansas
  • Drew Sanders, Arkansas
  • Noah Sewell, Oregon
  • Trenton Simpson, Clemson
  • Noah Taylor, North Carolina
  • Charlie Thomas, Georgia Tech
  • Henry To’oTo’o, Alabama
  • Tyrus Wheat, Mississippi State
  • Dorian Williams, Tulane
  • Dee Winters, TCU

Defensive backs

  • Alex Austin, Oregon State
  • Deonte Banks, Maryland
  • Jordan Battle, Alabama
  • Jakorian Bennett, Maryland
  • Mekhi Blackmon, USC
  • Lance Boykin, Coastal Carolina
  • Brian Branch, Alabama
  • Julius Brents, Kansas State
  • Myles Brooks, Louisiana Tech
  • Cam Brown, Ohio State
  • Ji’Ayir Brown, Penn State
  • Sydney Brown, Illinois
  • Arquon Bush, Cincinnati
  • Kei’Trel Clark, Louisville
  • Chamarri Conner, Virginia Tech
  • Trey Dean, Florida
  • Emmanuel Forbes, Mississippi State
  • Mekhi Garner, LSU
  • Christian Gonzalez, Oregon
  • DeMarcco Hellams, Alabama
  • Ronnie Hickman Jr., Ohio State
  • Brandon Hill, Pittsburgh
  • Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson, TCU
  • Jordan Howden, Minnesota
  • Anthony Johnson, Iowa State
  • Anthony Johnson Jr., Virginia
  • Antonio Johnson, Texas A&M
  • Jaylon Jones, Texas A&M
  • Nic Jones, Ball State
  • Tyreque Jones, Boise State
  • Brandon Joseph, Notre Dame
  • Kyu Blu Kelly, Stanford
  • Darrell Luter Jr., South Alabama
  • Jartavius Martin, Illinois
  • Kaevon Merriweather, Iowa
  • Cameron Mitchell, Northwestern
  • Riley Moss, Iowa
  • Gervarrius Owens, Houston
  • Clark Phillips III, Utah
  • Joey Porter Jr., Penn State
  • Eli Ricks, Alabama
  • Kelee Ringo, Georgia
  • Jammie Robinson, Florida State
  • Darius Rush, South Carolina
  • Daniel Scott, Cal
  • JL Skinner III, Boise State
  • Cam Smith, South Carolina
  • Christopher Smith II, Georgia
  • Terell Smith, Minnesota
  • Tyrique Stevenson, Miami
  • Jason Taylor II, Oklahoma State
  • Rashad Torrence II, Florida
  • Cory Trice Jr., Purdue
  • DJ Turner II, Michigan
  • Carrington Valentine, Kentucky
  • Jay Ward, LSU
  • Garrett Williams, Syracuse
  • Devon Witherspoon, Illinois
  • Rejzohn Wright, Oregon State

Special Teams

  • Anders Carlson, K, Auburn
  • Christopher Dunn, K, N.C. State
  • Jake Moody, K, Michigan
  • Jack Podlesny, K, Georgia
  • B.T. Potter, K, Clemson
  • Chad Ryland, K, Maryland
  • Alex Ward, LS, UCF
  • Bryce Baringer, P, Michigan State
  • Paxton Brooks, P, Tennessee
  • Adam Korsak, P, Rutgers
  • Brad Robbins, P, Michigan
  • Michael Turk, P, Oklahoma