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The NFL Scouting Combine is staying in Indianapolis for 2023-2024

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The 2023 and 2024 NFL Scouting Combines will be in Indianapolis. The league announced the news Tuesday during the Spring League Meeting in Atlanta. Rumblings of the combine moving locations have persisted for much of the last year. Indianapolis began hosting the combine in 1987 at what was then known as the Hoosier Dome.
1 month ago·Indianapolis, United States

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NFL Scouting Combine to remain in Indianapolis for 2023, 2024

The NFL Scouting Combine won’t be changing cities for now, as the league is keeping the event in Indianapolis for the next two years

1 month ago·United States
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abc News

NFL scouting combine remains in Indianapolis for 2023-24

Indianapolis will be keeping the NFL scouting combine for the next two years

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NBC Sports

NFL Combine Staying in Indianapolis in 2023, 2024

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1 month ago·Stamford, United States
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Sports Illustrated

Indianapolis to Remain NFL Combine Host Through 2024

The league’s annual combine is staying put.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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