February 13, 2019

ABC To Televise NFL Combine From Indianapolis For 1st Time

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck participated in the NFL football scouting combine in 2012. The combine will be televised on broadcast TV for the first time in March when ABC airs a two-hour special from Indianapolis. - File, AP Photo/Michael Conroy

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck participated in the NFL football scouting combine in 2012. The combine will be televised on broadcast TV for the first time in March when ABC airs a two-hour special from Indianapolis.

File, AP Photo/Michael Conroy

NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL combine will be televised on broadcast TV for the first time.

ABC will be presenting a two-hour special on March 2 from Indianapolis that will feature drills by quarterbacks and wide receivers.

The combine workouts run from March 1-4 and also will be televised by NFL Network.

ABC also will combine with ESPN to televise all three days of the draft April 25-27 from Nashville.

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