The NFL disclosed Monday that 33 of its alumni — one for each team and two for the St. Louis Rams — will announce each second- and third-round pick on Friday’s second day of the draft. The league began this approach last year and hopes to make it an annual tradition.
Six Hall of Famers were tabbed to announce second-day picks. The full list is as follows:
Cardinals: Cornerback Roger Wehrli.
Falcons: Tight end Alge Crumpler.
Ravens: Kicker Matt Stover.
Bills: Defensive end Phil Hansen.
Panthers: Defensive end Mike Rucker.
Bears: Linebacker Otis Wilson.
Bengals: Receiver Isaac Curtis.
Browns: Receiver Gary Collins.
Cowboys: Defensive tackle Chad Hennings.
Broncos: Running back Terrell Davis.
Lions: Running back Barry Sanders.
Packers: Safety LeRoy Butler.
Texans: Linebacker Danny Clark.
Colts: Receiver Marvin Harrison.
Jaguars: Running back Fred Taylor.
Chiefs: Guard Will Shields.
Dolphins: Center Dwight Stephenson.
Vikings: Receiver Anthony Carter.
Patriots: Receiver Troy Brown.
Saints: Tackle Willie Roaf.
Giants: Defensive end Michael Strahan.
Jets: Receiver Wesley Walker.
Raiders: Cornerback Willie Brown.
Eagles: Running back Brian Westbrook.
Steelers: Center Dermontti Dawson.
Rams: Receivers Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt.
Chargers: Center Courtney Hall.
49ers: Offensive lineman Jesse Sapolu.
Seahawks: Tackle Walter Jones.
Buccaneers: Safety Dexter Jackson.
Titans: Running back Eddie George.
Redskins: Linebacker Ken Harvey.