ESPN’s NFL Live and SportsCenter on the Road Originate from the NFL Scouting Combine


ESPN’s NFL Live and SportsCenter on the Road Originate from the NFL Scouting Combine

ESPN’s coverage of the NFL Scouting Combine includes editions of NFL Live and SportsCenter on the Road originating live from Indianapolis. Wendi Nix will host NFL Live Wednesday through Friday from 1:30-3 p.m. ET and Suzy Kolber (Wednesday-Friday) and Nix (Saturday and Sunday) will host SportsCenter on the Road.

Joining Kolber and Nix in Indianapolis are NFL Insiders Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter, NFL Front Office Insiders Bill Polian and Louis Riddick, NFL Draft analyst Todd McShay, National NFL Insiders Josina Anderson and Dan Graziano, and NFL reporter Field Yates, all of whom will appear on ESPN shows throughout the event.

ESPN’s NFL Nation team will also have a strong presence at the NFL Scouting Combine. The following team reporters will provide news and analysis from Indianapolis: Todd Archer (Cowboys), Rich Cimini (Jets), Courtney Cronin (Vikings), Rob Demovsky (Packers), Jeff Dickerson (Bears), Jeremy Fowler (Steelers), Brady Henderson (Seahawks), John Keim (Redskins), Jeff Legwold (Broncos), Jordan Raanan (Giants), Michael Rothstein (Lions), Katherine Terrell (Bengals), Josh Weinfuss (Cardinals), Mike Wells (Colts), Eric Williams (Chargers), and Cameron Wolfe (Titans). Matthew Berry, Matt Bowen, Mike Sando and Kevin Seifert will also be on site reporting and providing analysis for

Additionally, ESPN NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. and McShay discuss the NFL Scouting Combine on the First Draft podcast with ESPN deputy editor Chris Sprow. Kiper also answered questions about his Mock Draft 2.0 on a recent media conference call.


Allie Stoneberg

I advance ESPN’s communications and publicity efforts for NFL studio programming, Monday Night Football, the NFL Draft and our coverage of the Canadian Football League and the Arena Football League. I enjoy meeting journalists in person at games and events and delight in showing them around our Bristol, Conn., campus.
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