With the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine right around the corner, fans of the Minnesota Vikings are going to want to watch the workouts live from Indianapolis.
The 2019 NFL Draft continues to approach while the offseason continues. One thing that must happen before the draft picks fly is that prospects will be working out at the Scouting Combine in front of teams like the Minnesota Vikings.
With so many talented players working out from Mar. 1 through 4, there are bound to be some amazing and some disappointing prospects with their draft stock either going up or falling based on their performances.
Here is when the Combine events will be starting and where you can watch them according to the NFL’s website. Please note that streaming services for the NFL Network and ABC will also carry the coverage!
Friday, Mar. 1 at 8 AM on NFL Network and NFL.com
The running backs, offensive linemen, and specialists will take the field. The Vikings will need help at all three of those groupings, including a running back, guard, tackle, kicker, and punter. Odds are that at least one player from this group will be selected and it is likely two or more will come to Minnesota.
Saturday, Mar. 2 at 12 PM on ABC, NFL Network, and NFL.com
Perhaps the most high-profile of the workouts, the quarterbacks, tight ends and receivers will start their workouts. Of course, with so much focus on the offensive players and quarterbacks usually being the face of the franchise for NFL teams, this will definitely be one to watch because the next backup quarterback in Minnesota could be on display.
Sunday, Mar. 3 at 8 AM on NFL Network and NFL.com
The big guys on the defense get their first opportunity to shine with the defensive tackles defensive ends, and linebackers running through their drills. Considering the great depth at defensive tackle and several great linebackers available, there could be some great performances at the Combine from players who could replace Sheldon Richardson.
Monday, Mar. 4 at 8 AM on NFL Network and NFL.com
Defensive backs take the field on Monday, showcasing the still of the cornerbacks and safeties. The Vikings may not have an immediate need at cornerback, but there is still a chance the team looks for a safety to pair with Harrison Smith if Minnesota moves on from Andrew Sendejo and can’t bring back Anthony Harris.
What do you think is the most important part of the Scouting Combine and which day will you be watching closest as a Vikings fan when the event is live from Indianapolis, Indiana? Let us know in the comments section!