The on-field workouts for the 2020 NFL Combine will kick off on Thursday, and here is how you can catch all of the action from Indianapolis.
The 2020 NFL Draft is so close you can feel it, as the best college player available in this draft class will head to Indy this week to participate in the 2020 NFL Combine. With so much talent available to teams in one place, the week will be filled with workouts and interviews, as the Las Vegas Raiders and the rest of the teams look to get their draft board ready for April.
For the Raiders, this draft is special for many reasons, as it is their first in the new city, and they will actually play host to it. In addition, the Silver and Black hold five of the first 91 selections in the draft, including two first round picks, which sit at No. 12 and No. 19 overall as of now.
On Thursday, the on-field drills will begin, and NFL Network will be all over it with coverage night and day. The quarterbacks, tight ends, and wide receivers will get the party started, as they start their drills at 1pm PT, and they run through 8pm PT on that first day.
For Raiders fans, this will be an opportunity to get a look at the plethora of wide receiver talent available this draft season, as there is a ton of it. Multiple player at wideout could be ticketed for the first round, which is great news for the team, as they desperately need a WR1 entering the 2020 season.
Here is how you can catch the action starting on Thursday
- Television: NFL Network
- Mobile: NFL App, NFL Network App
The 2020 NFL Draft class is a deep one, and after the quarterbacks, tight ends, and wideouts get us going on Thursday, the specialists, offensive linemen, and running backs will get their chance on Friday. The weekend belongs to the defensive side of the ball, with the defensive linemen and linebackers working out on Saturday, and the weekend wrapping up with the defensive backs on Sunday.
This week is going to be a fun one, as players will see their draft stock rise, and fall based on how well they do in the interviews, and on the field. For the Raiders, this is a huge offseason, as they have good cap space, and solid draft position, and the road to the playoffs begins this week inside Lucas Oil Stadium.