The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine continues on Sunday with a full day that will see everyone except for the offensive linemen, tight ends and special teamers in action. The first group of players departed on Saturday, but everybody else has big days ahead of them on the fifth day of the event.
The defensive backs do more than just interviews and orientation for the first time as they get their measurements taken and go through medical examinations. It is their first real day at the combine and will also include their press conference so they will have to face the media.
The quarterbacks, wide outs and running backs will wrap up their time in Indianapolis with their on-field workouts. That means running the 40 and doing the vertical jump, as well as the other skills drills before departing the combine.
The defensive linemen and linebackers will go through the Wonderlic test and meet with the NFLPA for the first time. Their only physical test will be the bench press, while they will continue to meet with teams for interviews.
Coverage of the combine will begin at 9 a.m. ET and run all day on the NFL Network. It is one of the most anticipated days with the quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs all working out, which you can bet will be the focus of the NFL Network. A live stream will be available at NFL.com for those who don't have access to the television network.
2013 NFL Combine schedule for Feb. 24
Groups 4, 5, and 6 (quarterbacks, wideouts and running backs) participate in on-field workouts (timing, stations, skill drills) and depart Indianapolis.
Groups 7, 8 and 9 (defensive linemen and linebackers) have a NFLPA meeting, undergo psychological testing, bench press and interview with teams.
Groups 10 and 11 (defensive backs) have measurements, medial examinations, meet the media and interview with teams.