Feb 21, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew speaks to the media in a press conference during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Combine 2014: TV, Live Stream, Start Time and Schedule of Events for Feb. 22

Today marks the start of the on-field workout portion of the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Draft prospects have been arriving over the last couple days and got their combine started with physical measurements and interviews but now it is time to get the television cameras turned on and see the prospects in action. Here is a look at the important information for today’s activities.

2014 NFL Scouting Combine – Saturday, February 22
Television: NFL Network
Live Stream: NFL.com Live
Start Time: 9:00 a.m. ET
Schedule of Events: The NFL Network coverage is likely to bounce around between groups but the NFL.com live stream will be set up with two camera groups to let viewers pick which session to watch. The schedule for each NFL.com live stream camera is as follows:

Camera 1

9:00am 1 – OL,PK,ST 40-Yard Dash
10:00am 1 – OL,PK,ST Positional Skill Drills
11:00am 1 – OL,PK,ST Vertical Leap & Broad Jump
12:00pm 1 – OL,PK,ST Three-Cone & Shuttle Drills
1:00pm 3 – TE 40-Yard Dash
2:00pm 3 – TE Positional Skill Drills
3:00pm 3 – TE Vertical Leap & Broad Jump
4:00pm 3 – TE Three-Cone & Shuttle Drills

Camera 2

11:00am 2 – OL 40-Yard Dash
12:00pm 2 – OL Positional Skill Drills
1:00pm 2 – OL Vertical Leap & Broad Jump
2:00pm 2 – OL Three-Cone Drill

Detroit Lions fans will have plenty to watch today as the tight ends and offensive linemen will take the field. The Lions have shown interest in the group of centers at this year’s combine as they look for the eventually successor to Dominic Raiola. With Brandon Pettigrew’s future with the team uncertain, we’ll get a good look at what this tight end draft class has to offer.

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