The NFL announced they will be holding eight regional combines next year. These workouts will be for collegiate players not invited to the annual February Scouting Combine in freezing Indianapolis and also for ex-pros who’ve been out of the NFL for a certain period of time.
These players could perform well enough to get invited to a super-regional at Ford Field in Detroit on March 30-31.
Here are the 8 regionals.
Jan. 28: Orange Coast College, Lebard Stadium; Costa Mesa, California
Feb. 4: Houston Texans Training Center
Feb. 11: Baltimore Ravens Training Facility
Feb. 18: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Training Facility
Feb. 25: New York Jets Training Facility
March 3: Chicago Bears Training Facility
March 10-11: Atlanta Falcons Training Facility
March 17: Cleveland Browns Training Facility
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