INDIANAPOLIS — The NFL Scouting Combine is back in Indianapolis for a 33rd straight year in 2020 — with big changes ahead.
For the first time in the Combine’s history, the on-field workouts on Thursday (quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends), Friday (running backs, offensive linemen and special teams) and Saturday (defensive linemen and linebackers) will extend into primetime. Coverage of those three days of workouts will begin at 4 p.m. and end at 11 p.m., and will be televised live on the NFL Network.
The on-field workouts will conclude Sunday with the defensive backs; live coverage on the NFL Network will begin at 2 p.m. and conclude at 7 p.m.
The workouts are a fan favorite, of course, but they’re far from the only important aspect each year at the Combine. All 32 teams have also a chance to interview the top draft-eligible prospects and conduct medical testing with about two months to go before the start of the NFL Draft.
So just who all was invited to the Combine this year? Here’s the full list of all 337 invitees, via NFL.com: