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It follows that we'll have the combine covered like a blanket here on BTB, and while none of our BTB writers are in Indianapolis this weekend, a bunch of our SBNation colleagues are there.
- Dan Kadar from Mocking The Draft - @mockingthedraft
- Kevin Ewoldt from the Redskins site Hogs Haven - @HogsHaven
- Matt Grecco from the Colts site Stampede Blue - @mgrex03
- Stew Blake, also from the Colts site Stampede Blue - @stewblake22
So if you want to keep up directly with what's going on at the Combine, tune in to those fine folks on Twitter for non-stop information throughout the day.
The actual workouts won't begin in earnest until Saturday, when the offensive linemen, tight ends and kickers showcase their skills for NFL scouts, coaches and general managers in the hopes of improving their stock for the NFL Draft.
Starting Saturday, you can watch the Combine live on NFL.com or NFL Network, with coverage staring at 9:00 am ET and continuing through 7:00 pm ET. After the break, you'll find a run-down of the workout schedule for Saturday.
There will be three groups of players working out on Saturday at different times. Here's what Saturday's schedule looks like for each group:
|Group 1 - OL,PK,ST|
|10:00am||Positional Skill Drills|
|11:00am||Vertical Leap & Broad Jump|
|12:00pm||Three-Cone & Shuttle Drills|
|Group 2 - OL|
|12:00pm||Positional Skill Drills|
|1:00pm||Vertical Leap & Broad Jump|
|Group 3 - TE|
|2:00pm||Positional Skill Drills|
|3:00pm||Vertical Leap & Broad Jump|
|4:00pm||Three-Cone & Shuttle Drills|