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2019 NFL Combine: TV schedule, head coach and general manager interviews, prospect workouts

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Where and when to watch, scheduled workouts for all positions and what they do leading up to that

NFL: Combine Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

The 2019 NFL combine will officially be underway Tuesday as the first group of players will arrive and the rest of the groups of players will follow their arrival throughout the week. Players will go through medical examinations, interviews with the media, and team conversations before taking the field to show off their skill sets.

With ten total picks for the 2019 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills have a lot of holes to fill on the offensive side of the ball. Friday and Saturday workouts are the most important as the entire group of offensive players will take the field over the course of those two days.

Here is the schedule for the players throughout the week and how you can watch the on-field workouts:

Combine Schedule

Tuesday, February 26

  • Running backs, offensive linemen, and special teams players arrive in Indianapolis for hospital pre-exams and x-rays, overflow testing, orientation, and interviews

Wednesday, February 27

  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends arrive in Indianapolis for hospital pre-exams and x-rays, overflow testing, orientation, and interviews
  • Running backs, offensive linemen, and special teams players go through measurements and medical evaluations.
  • First day of media interviews with coaches and general managers. Sean McDermott scheduled at 12:15 p.m. Eastern

Thursday, February 28

  • Defensive linemen and linebackers arrive in Indianapolis for hospital pre-exams and x-rays, overflow testing, orientation, and interviews
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends go through measurements and medical evaluations.
  • Running backs, offensive linemen, and special teams players will go through psychological testing, the NFLPA meeting, media time, interviews, and bench press
  • Second day of media interviews with coaches and GMs. Brandon Beane scheduled at 10:45 a.m. Eastern

Friday, March 1

  • Defensive backs arrive in Indianapolis for hospital pre-exams and x-rays, overflow testing, orientation, and interviews
  • Defensive linemen and linebackers go through measurements and medical evaluations.
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends will go through psychological testing, the NFLPA meeting, media time, interviews, and bench press.
  • Running backs, offensive linemen, and special teams players kick off the on-field workouts at 9 a.m. Eastern

Saturday, March 2

  • Defensive backs go through measurements and medical evaluations.
  • Defensive linemen and linebackers go through psychological testing, the NFLPA meeting, media time, interviews, and bench press.
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends continue the on-field workouts at 10 a.m. Eastern.

Sunday, March 3

  • Defensive backs will go through psychological testing, the NFLPA meeting, media time, interviews, and bench press.
  • Defensive linemen and linebackers will continue the on-field workouts at 9 a.m. Eastern.

Monday, March 4

  • Last day of the combine
  • Defensive backs will finish the last portion of the combine with on-field workouts starting at 10 a.m. Eastern.

TV Schedule/Where to watch

Friday: 9 a.m. exclusively on NFL Network
Saturday: 10 a.m. exclusively on NFL Network
Sunday: 9 a.m. exclusively on NFL Network
Monday: 10 a.m. exclusively on NFL Network