Date/Time: March 3rd through 6th, 2017
Channel: NFL Network
Live stream: Sling TV (free trial available)
The NFL Combine is a yearly event that sees around 300 of the best players in college football descending upon Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Their aim is simple: to perform at their best through a series of physical and mental tests, in front of an audience of NFL scouts, coaches, trainers and fans. The stakes are high, and for fans watching at home, the NFL Scouting Combine is a treat to watch. If you want to watch the NFL Combine online, we’ve got you covered.
Today, watching the NFL online – and enjoying the NFL Combine live stream – is easier than ever. There are now more services that allow for watching these types of events live, without cable. In this guide, check out the resources below to learn how to get the NFL Combine stream from home – or even on-the-go!
Sling TV Provides the NFL Combine Stream without Cable
The best way to watch NFL Combine online this year is to use Sling TV. This service is a cord-cutters dream, serving up over 40 top quality TV channels for only $25 a month, with no contract required. The service works over the internet, and provides live streaming of many of your favorite channels and networks.
Sling Blue, the $25/month, 40+ channel package, includes NFL Network, which is the network that will host NFL Combine streaming this year. So, with Sling TV, you can watch the NFL Scouting Combine online, plus enjoy over 40 great channels like TBS, Comedy Central, TNT and more, for 25 bucks a month – and without a contract. Not a bad deal, if you ask me! See the Sling TV channel list for details.
Since there’s no cable box (and no cable) with Sling TV, you’ll need a compatible streaming device to use. You can of course watch on your computer, tablet, smartphone, etc, but you’ll likely want to use your TV for the best viewing experience. To do this, simply use an Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, etc. hooked up to your TV to use the Sling TV app and enjoy the NFL Combine live stream. Easy, peasy. And if you don’t have the necessary device, never fear – sign up and prepay for 3 months of Sling TV, and they’ll send you a free Roku!
If you’re curious to test the waters, click here to try Sling TV for free for 7 days.
Get the NFL Combine Live Stream with PS Vue
Another way to get NFL Combine streaming is PlayStation Vue. This service is similar, but different in a number of ways. For one, it’s a bit more costly, with plans from $30 a month (and at least $35 a month for the plan with NFL Network). It’s a newer, smaller service, so it doesn’t offer as many supported devices. Perhaps most disappointing, Vue does not allow mobile streaming outside your home – so you can only watch NFL Combine online if you’re at home. Sling allows mobile viewing.
Still, though, PlayStation Vue (review here) is a viable cable alternative, offering up 60+ channels for $35 a month, with no contract. And, you will be able to use it for the NFL Combine stream. It’s a good service, but at this point, Sling TV is just better.
While we wait for the NFL Combine to begin, why not do some pre-scouting of your own and check out the top 50 contenders for the NFL Draft. Or, head over to our sports streaming guide for more info on how to watch sports online. And as always, don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions!
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