NFL Combine 2022 free live stream: How to watch quarterback, wide receiver and tight end workouts

The on-field workouts at the 2022 NFL Combine in Indianapolis begin Thursday when quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends take the field. The workouts start at 4 pm Eastern.

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The workouts will include athletic testing such as the 40-yard dash and the 3-cone drill, as well as positional drills. Check out the full list of prospects who will be in Indianapolis for the combine.

What: On-field drills for quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends at 2022 NFL Scouting Combine.

When: Thursday, March 3, 2022.

Time: 4 pm Eastern.

Where: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis.

TV: NFL Network.

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Read some of what Ashley Bastock of wrote about Drake London, who is one of the top receivers in this year’s draft and the basketball background he brings to the football field. London has said he will not work out on Thursday.

USC wide receiver Drake London had big sports dreams growing up.

He dreamed of one day playing in the NFL — but also, maybe playing in the NBA. Really, there was no preference between basketball and football for most of his life. During his freshman year of college, London played both football and basketball for the Trojans.

“Either way, I was going to try to get into a league somehow,” London said at the NFL combine on Wednesday.

Ahead of the 2020-21 basketball season, London finally picked football over basketball, a decision that’s paid off as he’s become one of the top receiver prospects in this year’s draft. But London’s basketball background is still evident when you watch him on the field, and it’s helped him stand out in a deep receiver class.

The Browns — a team in desperate need of a revitalized wide receivers room — can essentially have their pick of what they want in terms of traits, depending on who’s available and who they think may fit best in a scheme.

There’s Ohio State’s Garrett Wilson, who’s praised for his crisp route running, the ability to quickly reach his top speed and knack for creating separation. Then there’s Arkansas’ Treylon Burks, who has speed and the ability to pick up yards after the catch.

If they want size (6-5, 210 pounds) and catch radius, then London could be their guy, as both have become his calling cards.

Even though his season ended early due to a broken ankle, in only eight games London made 88 catches for 1,084 yards and seven touchdowns. He’s also excelled at contested catches, and according to Pro Football Focus, led college football with 19 this season.

That part of his game is where London’s basketball background is most evident.

“It’s like grabbing a rebound,” London said. “I use my crossover, press, things like that. And body control. It’s definitely helped me in the long run. … It’s just like getting a rebound to me. When I see the ball in the air, I’m going to go get it.

“Basketball has helped me in every way possible, and I’m blessed I played both as long as I could. It’s definitely helped me transition into football the best I can.”

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