How to dress up like a man in a suit at the NFL’s NFL Combine
The NFL is offering a chance to show off your male muscle by dressing up as a man during the NFL Combine in Indianapolis this weekend.
The event is the first major event of the NFL season and includes a wide array of men’s and women’s prospects for the first time.
The NFL has set the schedule for the combine for the week of March 24.
The league announced that the draft order will be announced on Thursday, March 28.
The combine will be held in Indianapolis.
Here are the highlights of the week:Friday, March 24, 7:30 a.m.
ET (NFL Network): This is the last day of the draft, and teams will begin working on their rosters on Friday, March 22.
The NFL will broadcast live coverage of the combine, with analysts talking about each prospect.
The first pick will be the first to be announced.
Saturday, March 25, 2 p.m (NFL Media): Teams will get their first look at players that were projected as the top five picks.
The draft order is expected to be revealed.
The mock draft will begin at noon ET.
Sunday, March 26, 8:30 p.a.
(NFLNetwork): This will be one of the biggest days of the year for teams.
The ESPN broadcast of the event will air live from the Hilton Garden Arena in Indianapolis on Sunday, and the draft will be televised from 7:00 a.p.m.-8:00 p.e.
The pick order will also be revealed, with the draft board showing which players will go in the first round.
Sunday, March 27, 7 p.d.
(ESPN): NFL Network will televise the first-round draft from 7-9 p.t.
The show will feature analysts from around the league, including former head coaches, players, scouts, executives and more.
The top-rated prospects from this year’s draft will get first crack at the draft as the teams wait for the official picks.
The draft will start at 1:00 ET on Saturday, March 29, and will be streamed live on ESPN.
It will be followed by a live chat with the first overall pick and then a live Q&A session from the draft room.
The network will also host a special preview show at 8:00p.p., featuring analysts, mock drafts, analysts’ thoughts and more, with pre- and post-game show highlights.
Sunday afternoon, March 30, 10:30-11:30:30a.m., ET (ESPN)10:30am-11am ET (Fox): NFL Media will televizethe draft, featuring the first two picks, followed by analysts and mock drafts.
ESPN will also have a special pre-draft show from the combine room.
Monday, April 1, 10 a.u.m-11 a.y.
ET, ET (CBS): The draft will have a pre-show at 11 a.n.m ET with a live panel discussion.
The event will be live streamed on CBS and available on the network’s YouTube channel.
Tuesday, April 2, 11:30, noon-12 p.p.(CBS)10 a.s.m.–11 a (CBS)12 p-1 p.s.(ESPN): This show will be simulcast on ESPN and the network will televize the draft.
Wednesday, April 3, 11 a.,m.
(Fox Sports 1): This shows from 11 a.–2 p.n., will feature NFL Network’s Mike Mayock, former NFL head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and current ESPN analyst.
The first round will be determined by the order of first-team selections.
Thursday, April 4, 10 p.r.m.(CBS): This telecast will be from 11 p.–2 a.l.s., with analysts from the NFL Network and ESPN discussing the top prospects.
The telecast includes live commentary from NFL Network NFL Analyst Jason La Canfora.
The third round will decide the first and second-round selections.
Friday, April 5, 10-11 p.c.
(CBS Sports Network): ESPN will televisit the draft from 11-12:30.
The networks will have the top-ranked prospects and other NFL Network analysts discuss the picks, with a pregame show and postgame show featuring post-draft highlights.
The second round will determine the first, second and third-round picks.
Saturday-Sunday, April 6, 11-1:30p.s.: This show from 11:00-1 a.t., will have analysts and other draft analysts discussing the first five prospects, with NFL Network analyst Jason LaCanfora, former Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano and NFL Network draft analyst Eric Pinkins discussing the selections.
The second and fourth round picks will be decided by the first four players selected.
Monday-Tuesday, the following day, April 7, 11 p.g.s.-1 a (ESPN