The NFL is planning a big outdoor game on the same weekend as the Super Bowl, but the NFL isn’t calling it the NFL Combine.
The NFL announced on Wednesday that the 2017 NFL Combine will take place at the new MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on February 2, with the festivities starting with a scrimmage, a scrimmage at the NFL Scouting Combine and a mini camp that includes an autograph session with NFL Hall of Famers.
There is no official release yet for the camp, which will feature teams from around the country.
But the New York Jets have announced that it will take over the MetLife stadium, which is home to the New Jersey Generals football team.
The Jets will host the Jets, a perennial Super Bowl contender, and the New England Patriots on January 29 and February 2.
The Patriots will be hosting the New Orleans Saints on January 28.
The NFL Scouting, Inc. has confirmed that the game will take on the theme “Camping,” with an emphasis on camping chairs.
The league will be using a special tent with a roof that is open to the elements, and it will also have a “Camp in the Park” event, with a variety of activities including a giant campfire.
The league’s official rules for the game are still being finalized, but we can expect it to be a very competitive event with the best players in the country competing for the championship.