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East-West Shrine Game, NFLPA Bowl 2015: Game time, TV Schedule, online streaming, rosters, and more

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Basic information on the two college all-star games scheduled for Saturday.

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Two college all-stars games are scheduled for Saturday: the East-West Shrine Game and the NFLPA Bowl. Neither games feature the big name talents that the Senior Bowl does, but there are still some legitimate NFL prospects featured in these games. Chip Kelly, along with the Eagles scouting department, is sure to be watching these games looking for young, talented players with raw upside. These games introduce fans to a number of small school prospects they may not have heard about or seen play before.

Kelly was seen at an NFLPA Bowl practice earlier in the week, possibly studying quarterback Brandon Bridge.. A day later, he was seen in Florida at the East-West Shrine Game studying offensive linemen. He was also seen talking to quarterback Taylor Heinicke and QB-turned-WR Devin Gardner.

Here's some basic information on the games.

East-West Shrine Game - [Players to Watch] - [Preview]

TV Channel: NFL Network
Date: Saturday, January 17
Time: 4 p.m. ET
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
Online radio: East-West Shrine Game official
Roster: East and West
Coaches: Mike Singletary and Jim Zorn
Former Players: Beau Allen, Clay Harbor, Mike Kafka (East-West Shrine Game Legend), Emil Igwenagu, Earl Wolff, Keelan Johnson, Daniel Te'o-Nesheim

NFLPA Bowl - [Players to Watch] - [Preview]

TV Channel: ESPN 2
: Saturday, January 17
: 4 p.m. ET
: StubHub Center in Carson, California
Online streaming:
NFLPA site
: Mike Holmgren and Mike Martz
Former Players: G.J. Kinne (NFLPA Bowl MVP 2012)


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