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Warren Sapp, Steve Gleason among Day Two draft pick announcers

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One former player for all 32 teams will announce a second-day draft pick, the NFL announced on Wednesday.

The second day of the 2013 draft falls on Friday, April 26 and includes Rounds Two and Three. The first round is the previous day, with Rounds Four through Seven occurring on Saturday.

A fan of all 32 teams will also participate in the selection announcement, with one fan getting a chance to announce the pick with the NFL alumnus. Players can announce second- and third-round picks of their former club if they so choose, the league said.

Here is the full list of former players slated to announce second-day picks:

Arizona Cardinals: Fullback Larry Centers

Atlanta Falcons: Cornerback Deion Sanders

Baltimore Ravens: Offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden

Buffalo Bills: Defensive end Chris Kelsay

Carolina Panthers: Safety Mike Minter

Chicago Bears: Running back Neal Anderson

Cincinnati Bengals: Defensive tackle Tim Krumrie

Cleveland Browns: Offensive Dick Schafrath (no second-round pick; third-rounder slated to be announced)

Dallas Cowboys: Defensive tackle Tony Casillas

Denver Broncos: Linebacker Randy Gradishar

Detroit Lions: Wide receiver Herman Moore

Green Bay Packers: Linebacker Dave Robinson

Houston Texans: Center Steve McKinney

Indianapolis Colts: Offensive tackle Tarik Glenn (no second-round pick; third-rounder slated to be announced)

Jacksonville Jaguars: Quarterback Mark Brunell

Kansas City Chiefs: Defensive back Gary Barbaro (no second-round pick; third-rounder slated to be announced)

Miami Dolphins: Offensive guard Larry Little

Minnesota Vikings: Safety Joey Browner

New England Patriots: Running back Kevin Faulk

New Orleans Saints: Safety Steve Gleason (no second-round pick; third-rounder slated to be announced)

New York Giants: Offensive guard Rich Seubert

New York Jets: Wide receiver Wayne Chrebet

Oakland Raiders: Defensive back Willie Brown (no second-round pick; third-rounder slated to be announced)

Philadelphia Eagles: Linebacker Jeremiah Trotter

Pittsburgh Steelers: Running back Merril Hoge

St. Louis Rams: Offensive tackle Orlando Pace

San Diego Chargers: Defensive back Jim Hill

San Francisco 49ers: Offensive guard Guy McIntyre

Seattle Seahawks: Linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Deefensive tackle Warren Sapp

Tennessee Titans: Linebacker Keith Bulluck

Washington Redskins: Linebacker LaVar Arrington

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9 Responses to “Warren Sapp, Steve Gleason among Day Two draft pick announcers”
  1. rootgamble says: Apr 17, 2013 5:22 PM

    Why not DITKA?!?!

  2. knucklehead93 says: Apr 17, 2013 5:50 PM

    Warren Sapp needs less airtime…not more.

  3. toddm1016 says: Apr 17, 2013 5:53 PM

    It’s too bad the Steelers can’t draft Tim Tebow.

  4. jebdamone says: Apr 17, 2013 6:07 PM

    i loved joey browner.

  5. skeeeiins says: Apr 17, 2013 6:46 PM

    Sometimes when I’m feeling blue, I search for “LaVar retires Aikman” on YouTube.

  6. themagicman1223 says: Apr 17, 2013 7:22 PM

    Great, now I won’t understand Tampa Bay’s pick.

  7. bobzilla1001 says: Apr 17, 2013 8:07 PM

    It would be hilarious if Merril Hoge had to read from his respective card a quarterback’s name.

  8. kcflake says: Apr 17, 2013 9:20 PM

    Warren Sapp is the worst NFL personality on TV. He is more inept than Deion and Michael Irvin combined. I will have to skip day 2 of the draft.

  9. bucjordan says: Apr 26, 2013 9:56 AM

    Warren Sapp the player? Incredible.

    Warren Sapp the TV personality? Ugh.

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