The NFL Combine is almost here and the NFL Network and ESPN will have wall to wall coverage of every major college player hoping to be drafted. The good news is for cord cutters there are many great options to stream the 2020 NFL Combine without paying for cable TV.
Here is how you can stream the 202 NFL Combine on Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV without cable TV:
Vidgo offers the NFL Network and ESPN for just $39.99. Plus you can get a 7-day free trial.
Sling TV includes the NFL Network as part of its Blue package for just $30 a month. (Just $20 for the first month.) If you add the Orange package you can also get ESPN.
If you want to test out Sling TV, it offers a 7-day free trial.
The newest way to watch the NFL Network and NFL Redzone is fuboTV. As part of their Fubo Premier service, you can get the NFL Network along with a long list of networks and locals. If you want the NFL Redzone you can add their sports add-on.
fuboTV is currently offering a free trial allowing you to test out the service before you pay for it.
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