2015 NFL Combine Schedule: Dates, Times And TV Listings


The NFL combine embodies everything, both good and bad, about the football community.

On one hand, you have obscure talents turning heads and making names for themselves; on the other, you hear terms like “skinny knees.”

If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the past handful of years, it’s that John Dorsey loves him some athletes.

Phillip Gaines, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Knile Davis, Sanders Commings—they all tote unique skill sets for their size.

Even before Dorsey came to town, the Kansas City Chiefs fell in love with Dontari Poe. And who wouldn’t? He’s a 340-pound polar bear cranked up on Super Mario stars.

That said, what players do in shorts and Under Armour only goes so far. The combine can be deceiving, and film will always serve as the ultimate gauge when evaluating players.

De’Anthony Thomas, for example, ran a head-scratching 4.5 40-yard dash at last year’s combine. At Oregon’s pro day, he recorded a 4.34 (hand-clocked), which is much more indicative of the Mach-like speed that locals have come to love.

Regardless, Dorsey, Andy Reid and Co. will be inundated with numbers this week.

TV Schedule

NFL Network will begin covering press conferences on February 18 and 19 at 1 p.m. CST.

The on-field workouts will be aired each subsequent day (February 20, 21, 22 and 23) at 8 a.m. CST.

Position And Player Schedules

Players are separated by position, and positions are divided into groups.

While there are position-specific drills, each group more or less goes through the same process.

The starting dates for groups are as follows:

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The players’ schedule:

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Combine information provided by NFL.com.

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