2021 NFL Scouting Combine gets a complete overhaul of Coronavirus

There will be no NFL Scouting Combine in 2021 – at least as we know it.

The association notified its teams in a note on Monday The event will be held without personal training due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Instead, any exercises will be conducted on one-on-one professional days on college campuses.

The NFL said it will work with colleges to encourage consistency in exams and trainings across professional days to ensure there is a video of training available to all teams, even those that have not attended.

Last season’s harvest took place at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis – as it was originally planned for 2021 – before the outbreak of the pandemic.

In addition, the league plans to obtain comprehensive medical information about the prospects invited, which will include a combination of virtual interviews with the team’s doctors and tests conducted near the prospects‘ current residence.

However, for some possibilities, the team – via one physician and one sports coach – will be allowed to run personality tests over two or three days in early April. Horizons club interviews, physiological tests, and evaluations will be conducted approx. Teams made it clear to the NFL after the hypothetical 2020 combination that collecting medical information on players was vital and difficult for them to do independently under the unconventional format.

These recommendations were made by a special committee chaired by Giants‘ co-owner John Mara.

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