The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine will be in full swing Saturday. The day marks the only time when every position group is in attendance at the event. As the defensive backs file in and get situated with orientations and a medical pre-exam, those who arrived Wednesday -- the kickers, special teamers and offensive linemen -- will be wrapping up their stay in Indianapolis with position-specific drills and testing like the 40-yard dash and the vertical jump.
Everybody else will be getting their measurements taken, in more ways than one. The offensive skill positions will take the Wonderlic Test and meet with the NFL Players Association. They will also participate in the bench press and continue with team interviews. Defensive linemen and linebackers will have their heights and weights recorded, and undergo further medical examination before meeting with media and continuing interviews with NFL teams.
Coverage of the 2013 Combine will begin at 9 a.m. ET and run all day on the NFL Network, with attention focused on the special teamers and linemen who will be working out. A live stream is also expected at NFL.com for those who don't have access to the television network.
2013 NFL Combine schedule for Feb. 23
Groups 1, 2 and 3 (kickers, special teams, offensive linemen, tight ends) participate in on-field workouts (timing, stations, skill drills), depart Indianapolis
Groups 4, 5 and 6 (quarterbacks, wideouts, running backs) meet with NFLPA, undergo psychological testing, bench press, interviews
Groups 7, 8 and 9 (defensive linemen, linebackers) undergo medical examinations, measurements, meet with media, participate in interviews
Groups 10 and 11 (defensive backs) arrive in Indianapolis, undergo hospital pre-exam and X-Rays, orientation, interviews
Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.
Network: NFL Network
Coverage: 9 a.m. to Midnight ET Saturday
Live Stream: NFL.com
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