Quick look at 2010 combine schedule

Medical examinations remain perhaps the No. 1 draw for NFL teams at the scouting combine, which begins this week in Indianapolis.

Combine organizers have invited 329 prospects and most will participate in most or all of the following activities, as outlined in past years:

  • drug testing

  • physical examinations

  • body measurements

  • psychological testing

  • Wonderlic intelligence testing

  • Cybex strength testing

  • informal and formal interviews, some videotaped

  • a meeting sponsored by the NFL Players Association

  • media interviews

  • bench-press tests

  • 10-, 20- and 40-yard dashes

  • vertical-jump tests

  • broad-jump tests

  • agility drills, including the 20- and 60-yard shuttles measuring lateral quickness, and the three-cone drill emphasizing speed and body control

The portion involving media access begins Thursday and ends Sunday. Workouts begin Saturday and continue through Tuesday.

A quick look at the schedule for workouts and media access:


Offensive linemen, kickers, punters, long-snappers and tight ends available to media


Quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers available to media


Defensive linemen and linebackers available to media

Offensive linemen, tight ends and specialists work out


Defensive backs available to media

Quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs work out

Monday, March 1

Defensive linemen and linebackers work out

Tuesday, March 2

Defensive backs work out