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2015 NFL Scouting Combine: Schedule, TV Coverage, Online Streaming

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The 2015 NFL Scouting Combine will get underway this week at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. While the portion that we can actually see won't take place until later in the week, the festivities will actually get underway starting on Tuesday, 17 February.

Per the NFL's official website, here is what the schedule will look like.

Day 1 Arrivals Group 1 (PK, ST, OL)/Group 2 (OL)/Group 3 (TE)
Tuesday, 17 February Registration, Pre-Exam, X-Rays, Orientation, Interviews
Wednesday, 18 February Measurements, Medical Examinations, Media, Interviews
Thursday, 19 February NFLPA Meeting, Psych Testing, PK/ST Workouts, Bench Press, Interviews
Friday, 20 February On-field workouts (timing, stations, skill drills)
Day 2 Arrivals Group 4 (QB, WR)/Group 5 (QB, WR)/Group 6 (RB)
Wednesday, 18 February Registration, Pre-Exam, X-Rays, Orientation, Interviews
Thursday, 19 February Measurements, Medical Examinations, Media, Interviews
Friday, 20 February NFLPA Meeting, Psych Testing, Bench Press, Interviews
Saturday, 21 February On-field workouts (timing, stations, skill drills)
Day 3 Arrivals Group 7 (DL)/Group 8 (DL)/Group 9 (LB)
Thursday, 19 February Registration, Pre-Exam, X-Rays, Orientation, Interviews
Friday, 20 February Measurements, Medical Examinations, Media, Interviews
Saturday, 21 February NFLPA Meeting, Psych Testing, Bench Press, Interviews
Sunday, 22 February On-field workouts (timing, stations, skill drills)
Day 4 Arrivals Group 10 (DB)/Group 11 (DB)
Friday, 20 February Registration, Pre-Exam, X-Rays, Orientation, Interviews
Saturday, 21 February Measurements, Medical Examinations, Media, Interviews
Sunday, 22 February NFLPA Meeting, Psych Testing, Bench Press, Interviews
Monday, 23 February On-field workouts (timing, stations, skill drills)

The live coverage of the on-field workouts at the Scouting Combine will kick off on Friday, 20 February, at 8 AM Central time.

As has been the case for the past few years, folks that want to watch potential NFL players run around in t-shirts and shorts and lift heavy weights and things of that nature. . .and, really, we're all going to be watching, aren't we. . .will be able to do so via the NFL Network. I know that's Channel 212 on your DirecTV box. Everyone else will have to check their local cable and/or satellite listings for details.

If you'd rather watch the Scouting Combine through the power of the interwebs, you can do so via NFL Combine Live on NFL.com.

For folks living overseas that want to watch the Combine, your subscription to NFL Game Pass should be sufficient, as you can use that to plug into the live broadcast of the NFL Network.

SB Nation will also have some folks at the Combine, and we will be providing you with their handles so that you can follow them on the Twitter while the Combine goes on.

As far as our coverage, we'll likely be going to two Open Threads on Friday and Monday. . .one for the regular Open Thread shenanigans, and one for Combine ooohs and aaahs. We will also have Open Threads for the Combine on Saturday and Sunday.

We are looking forward to bringing you the best coverage of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, as well as the rest of the offseason fun that's made the National Football League a year-round sport.