When is the NFL Combine? Dates, schedule for 2024 NFL Draft scouting showcase

The NFL season ended just two weeks ago, but the league is already back in action with the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine. Hundreds of prospects will descend on Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis looking to make an impact on NFL teams.

While 321 players are invited to the combine, there are only 256 spots in April’s draft. So players will aim to leave lasting impressions on the 32 NFL front offices.

Prospects will go through medical examinations, interviews and on-field drills to showcase their talents.

The workouts begin Thursday, Feb. 29 and extend through Sunday, March 3. Each day will feature different positions, with the defensive lineman and linebackers kicking it off Thursday.

Here’s all you need to know for the 2024 NFL Combine, including start times and TV schedules.

When is the NFL Combine?

Players will begin orientation, interviews and medical exams as early as Monday, Feb. 26. These will not be broadcast to the public, but NFL Network will have coverage around the clock on Feb. 27 and 28. 

The workouts will begin at 3 p.m. ET Thursday, Feb. 29, with the defensive lineman and linebackers taking the field. The defensive backs and tight ends will workout on Friday, and quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs participate on Saturday. Offensive lineman and special teams conclude the drills on Sunday.

Here is a full schedule of the on-field workouts.

NFL Combine schedule 2024

  • Dates: Monday, Feb. 26 to Monday, March 4
  • Location: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis
Date Time (ET) Group Channel/Stream
Thursday, Feb. 29 3 p.m. DL, LB NFL Network / fuboTV
Friday, March 1 3 p.m. DB, TE NFL Network / fuboTV
Saturday, March 2 1 p.m. QB, RB, WO NFL Network / fuboTV
Sunday, March 3 1 p.m. OL, ST NFL Network / fuboTV

How to watch the NFL Combine

  • TV channel: NFL Network
  • Stream: fuboTV, NFL+, NFL and NFL Network apps

NFL Network will broadcast the combine for the 19th time. Rich Eisen and Daniel Jeremiah will lead the coverage of the on-field workouts. Ian Rapoport, among others, will join the broadcast throughout the four-day event.

Don’t have cable? Fans can watch the NFL Combine through the NFL digital platforms or fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

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