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NFL releases Combine coach/G.M. press conference schedule

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In addition to player workouts and interviews, the NFL Scouting Combine  features scores of press conferences by key team personnel, including head coaches and General Managers.

Here is an initial schedule of press conferences to be held in Indianapolis this week, courtesy of the NFL’s communications department. According to the league, the list is subject to change:

Thursday, February 20

10:00 AM: Marc Trestman, Chicago Bears Head Coach.

10:15 AM: Kevin Colbert, Pittsburgh Steelers General Manager.

10:30 AM: Ken Whisenhunt, Tennessee Titans Head Coach.

10:45 AM: Ruston Webster, Tennessee Titans Executive Vice President/General Manager.

11:00 AM: Phil Emery, Chicago Bears General Manager.

11:15 AM: Doug Marrone, Buffalo Bills Head Coach.

11:30 AM: Steve Keim, Arizona Cardinals General Manager.

11:45 AM: Mike Smith, Atlanta Falcons Head Coach.

Noon: Jim Caldwell, Detroit Lions Head Coach.

12:15 PM: Jim Harbaugh, San Francisco 49ers Head Coach.

12:30 PM: Tom Telesco, San Diego Chargers General Manager.

12:45 PM: John Fox, Denver Broncos Head Coach.

1:00 PM: Lovie Smith, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach.

1:15 PM: Rick Spielman, Minnesota Vikings General Manager.

1:30 PM: David Caldwell, Jacksonville Jaguars General Manager.

1:45 PM: Dennis Allen, Oakland Raiders Head Coach.

2:00 PM: Jason Licht, Tampa Bay Buccaneers General Manager.

2:15 PM: Dennis Hickey, Miami Dolphins General Manager.

2:30 PM: Howie Roseman, Philadelphia Eagles General Manager.

2:45 PM: Rex Ryan, New York Jets Head Coach.

3:00 PM: John Idzik, New York Jets General Manager.

3:15 PM: Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach.

3:30 PM: Dave Gettleman, Carolina Panthers General Manager.

3:45 PM: Ron Rivera, Carolina Panthers Head Coach.

4:30 PM: John Schneider, Seattle Seahawks Executive Vice President/General Manager.

Friday, February 21

10:00 AM: Ted Thompson, Green Bay Packers Executive Vice President, General Manager & Director of Football Operations.

10:15 AM: Bruce Arians, Arizona Cardinals Head Coach.

10:30 AM: Trent Baalke, San Francisco 49ers General Manager.

10:45 AM: Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers Head Coach.

11:00 AM: Thomas Dimitroff, Atlanta Falcons General Manager.

11:15 AM: Mike Zimmer, Minnesota Vikings Head Coach.

11:30 AM: Martin Mayhew, Detroit Lions Executive Vice President of Football Operations and General Manager.

11:45 AM: Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals Head Coach.

Noon: Gus Bradley, Jacksonville Jaguars Head Coach.

12:15 PM: Bill O’Brien, Houston Texans Head Coach.

12:30 PM: Rick Smith, Houston Texans Executive Vice President/General Manager.

12:45 PM: Tom Coughlin, New York Giants Head Coach.

1:00 PM: Les Snead, St. Louis Rams General Manager.

1:15 PM: John Dorsey, Kansas City Chiefs General Manager.

1:30 PM: Chuck Pagano, Indianapolis Colts Head Coach.

1:45 PM: Ryan Grigson, Indianapolis Colts General Manager.

2:00 PM: Jeff Fisher, St. Louis Rams Head Coach.

3:15 PM: Jay Gruden, Washington Redskins Head Coach.

4:00 PM: John Elway, Denver Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations/General Manager.

Saturday, February 22

10:00 AM: Jerry Reese, New York Giants Senior Vice President & General Manager.

10:15 AM: Mike Pettine, Cleveland Browns Head Coach.

10:45 AM: Ozzie Newsome, Baltimore Ravens General Manager & Executive Vice President.

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21 Responses to “NFL releases Combine coach/G.M. press conference schedule”
  1. Joemontanaflacco says: Feb 18, 2014 9:01 AM

    Get the crap out of the way early and save the best for last! OZZIE!!!!

  2. marima07 says: Feb 18, 2014 9:07 AM

    What, no Belichick?

  3. tannerthoughts says: Feb 18, 2014 9:10 AM

    Where is Joe Philbin? Hiding?

  4. profootballfansassociation says: Feb 18, 2014 9:14 AM

    How did Mike Tomlin and Bill Belichick get excused?

  5. acebuccs08 says: Feb 18, 2014 9:28 AM

    Tomlin side stepped his way out of this press conference. That sneaky devil!

  6. joetoronto says: Feb 18, 2014 9:30 AM

    The horse in the pic kinda looks like Elway.

  7. The Steelers cast such an immense shadow over the league. There's no wonder why we are so widely envied. We are superior. We have six Lombardis. What do you have ☹? says: Feb 18, 2014 9:37 AM

    Thursday at 10:15, witness greatness.

  8. dcsween says: Feb 18, 2014 9:47 AM

    What time zone? Also, isn’t Indiana one of those states that doesn’t do daylight savings?

  9. dwhcic says: Feb 18, 2014 10:02 AM

    Indy is in the eastern time zone.

  10. clarencewhorley says: Feb 18, 2014 10:08 AM

    The Genius Bill Belichik has no time for your stupid combine press conference. He has to find the next Chandler Jones, Jamie Collins, or Gronk.

  11. eballa1 says: Feb 18, 2014 11:02 AM

    No one from Saints, Cowboys or Patriots

  12. crownofthehelmet says: Feb 18, 2014 11:29 AM

    I wonder if you’ll actually see the strings that Biscotti is holding Oz up with?

  13. profootballfansassociation says: Feb 18, 2014 11:38 AM

    Jerry Jones will hold a PC for both the GM and Coach!

  14. theageofquarrel says: Feb 18, 2014 11:38 AM

    I guarantee you Ravens fans even remember when Ozzie was a player.
    They probably had to Google him or have their grandparents tell them about him

  15. dickshotdogs says: Feb 18, 2014 12:01 PM

    I’m very pleased that Bill Belichick is not on this list. My disdain for the media equals his.

  16. blue311 says: Feb 18, 2014 12:24 PM

    Why even bother with all this stuff…the Seahawks are going to win the next 15 Super Bowls, just ask their fans.

  17. mrfrostyj says: Feb 18, 2014 12:26 PM

    dwhcic says: Feb 18, 2014 10:02 AM

    Indy is in the eastern time zone.

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    LOL at apparently people hating Eastern time. (yes Indianapolis is eastern time. Only northern Indiana switches back and forth from Eastern to Central)

    Also I’m surprised PFT doesn’t have an asterisk next to Mike Pettines name with a disclaimer that says “subject to change at a moments notice”.

  18. ytsejamer1 says: Feb 18, 2014 12:31 PM

    clarencewhorley says: Feb 18, 2014 10:08 AM

    The Genius Bill Belichick has no time for your stupid combine press conference. He has to find the next Chandler Jones, Jamie Collins, or Gronk.
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    Or the next Tyrone McKenzie, Darius Butler (don’t kid yourself Indy fans, he’s still trash), Terrence Wheatley, Jonathan Wilhite, and every other trash DB he’s drafted over the last decade.

  19. uglydingo says: Feb 18, 2014 12:42 PM

    If Bill Belichick is allowed to refuse to do this press conference, why should Marshawn Lynch face the fear of being fined for not wanting to do them.
    It’s not like Bill is going to give anything away. He was trained by his father all those years he spent at the Naval Academy. If caught, just give your name, rank and serial number.

  20. uglydingo says: Feb 18, 2014 12:52 PM

    47 press conferences. A representative from every team except the New England Patriots. Why does Goodell allow them to get away with this?
    Last year all Head Coaches (except for Belichick) met at a conference to discuss issues in the game.

  21. peytonmanningsforehead says: Feb 18, 2014 3:19 PM

    What’s Elway going to tell them? What it’s like to LOSE the most Superbowls ever?

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