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East-West Shrine Game 2013: Time, TV schedule and more

Pitt RB Ray Graham and Army QB Trent Steelman -- trying to prove he can play wide receiver -- are among the notables in the East-West Shrine Game, which will air Saturday on the NFL Network.

Alfie Crow (SB Nation)

The 88th annual East-West Shrine Game takes place Saturday in Orlando, featuring players trying to improve their draft stock such as Pitt's Ray Graham.

Graham, a running back, is one of the players most impressing his according to those in Florida to watch. He's joined by players like Arizona QB Mike Scott. There's also lower-level players such as Mount Union's Jasper Collins and Arkansas-Pine Bluff's Terron Armistead, neither of whom really had a chance to show their worth against FBS talent who now have the opportunity to prove they're worth a shot. Another notable player is Trent Steelman, Army's gritty option quarterback trying to make his name as a wide receiver.

SB Nation's East-West Shrine Game section has all the coverage from the entire week of practices as well as the game, including in-person reports from Alfie Crow which players improved their stock as the week went along.

Here's the info on Saturday's game:

Where: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Florida

When: Saturday, Jan. 19, 4 p.m.

TV: NFL Network

Radio: The game's website has a full list of radio stations, mainly in areas with collegiate players playing in the game. There will also be audio streaming of the game.