Since 2012, the NFL has allowed a very limited number of fans to attend the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
This year, that number is growing to thousands who will be able to watch firsthand the on-field workouts of quarterbacks, wide receivers.
Tickets are free and limited to three per applicant. Applicants do, however, have to share a fan experience in order to qualify.
Apply for tickets here.
The 2016 combine, where top skill position prospects display their skills and compete in a series of drills, takes place Feb. 23 to 29 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Most of the events will be broadcast on NFL Network. Here is the schedule of events:
Wednesday, Feb. 24: Media interviews for running backs, offensive linemen and special teamers
Thursday, Feb. 25: Media interviews for quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends
Friday, Feb. 26: Media interviews for defensive linemen and linebackers» On-field workouts for running backs, offensive linemen and special teamers
Saturday, Feb. 27: Media interviews for defensive backs» On-field workouts for quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends
Sunday, Feb. 28: On-field workouts for defensive linemen and linebackers
Monday, Feb. 29: On-field workouts for defensive backs
The Falcons hold the 17th overall pick in the NFL Draft, which will take place April 28-30 in Chicago.