32 former players scheduled to announce second-round picks

AP

For the fifth straight year, the NFL will have former NFL players announce second-round picks during the draft and they announced the list of participants on Thursday.

All 32 teams are currently scheduled to make a selection in the second round, but it seems inevitable that some of these players will be delayed until the third round by trades once the draft is underway.

Arizona Cardinals: Safety Adrian Wilson

Atlanta Falcons: Center Todd McClure

Baltimore Ravens: Cornerback Duane Starks

Buffalo Bills: Quarterback Jim Kelly

Carolina Panthers: Safety Pat Terrell

Chicago Bears: Linebacker Dick Butkus

Cincinnati Bengals: Running back Ickey Woods

Cleveland Browns: Cornerback Hanford Dixon

Dallas Cowboys: Safety Darren Woodson

Denver Broncos: Wide receiver Rick Upchurch

Detroit Lions: Linebacker Chris Spielman

Green Bay Packers: Wide receiver Donald Driver

Houston Texans: Safety Eric Brown

Indianapolis Colts: Wide receiver Bill Brooks

Jacksonville Jaguars: Fullback Greg Jones

Kansas City Chiefs: Cornerback Gary Green

Miami Dolphins: Center Dwight Stephenson

Minnesota Vikings: Linebacker E.J. Henderson

New England Patriots: Cornerback Ty Law

New Orleans Saints: Tackle Jon Stinchcomb

New York Giants: Safety Shaun Williams

New York Jets: Running back Emerson Boozer

Oakland Raiders: Cornerback Willie Brown

Philadelphia Eagles: Tackle Jon Runyan

Pittsburgh Steelers: Cornerback Mel Blount

St. Louis Rams: Linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa

San Diego Chargers: Wide receiver Anthony Miller

San Francisco 49ers: Defensive end/linebacker Charles Haley

Seattle Seahawks: Safety Kenny Easley

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Fullback Mike Alstott

Tennessee Titans: Tackle Michael Roos

Washington Redskins: Safety Brig Owens

35 responses to “32 former players scheduled to announce second-round picks

  1. Ickey Woods? Awesome. I hope he throws in an Ickey Shuffle while announcing the pick.

  2. Wow some great names. The one that sticks out the most to me is Emerson Boozer. I still remember watching the ’69 Super Bowl as a little kid and suffering while my Baltimore Colts lost that game. Possibly the biggest upset ever. A classic. I still can’t believe it. I think that if that game was played 10 times the Colts would win 9, but they didn’t win the one that counted. Here’s to you Mr. Boozer.

  3. They shouldn’t announce these players names before the they pick for their old teams, be way cooler as a surprise!

  4. MostcensoredposteronPFT says:
    Apr 23, 2015 6:24 PM
    sumkat says:
    Apr 23, 2015 2:35 PM
    Best non-HOF on the list….Jon Runyan

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    No, that would be Kenny Easley.
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    Dixon and Ty Law were no slouches either.

  5. I’m shocked the Vikings aren’t using a former Packer to announce their pick.

  6. ajigel says:
    Apr 23, 2015 5:10 PM
    Ickey Woods? Awesome. I hope he throws in an Ickey Shuffle while announcing the pick.

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    I hope he announces that he’s gonna get some cold cuts

  7. skiss68 says:
    Apr 24, 2015 12:45 PM

    Aaron Hernandez is available.

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    No, I’d say he won’t be available for anything but a communal shower for a very long time.

  8. Most people don’t realize it because his career was cut so short, plus he played in South Alaska (Seattle) but the best safety in the history of the NFL is UCLA grad, Ken Easley. If you don’t believe it, ask Ronnie Lott. He was like Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas combined into one amazing football player.

  9. Joe Kapp. A football player’s football player. And as a bonus, he can still throw hands like a young guy ! Sort of.

  10. The Vikings should have asked kicker Gary Anderson to announce their pick. Keeping it real, he would show up to the podium 5 minutes late left before shifting wide to the left in making the annoucement.

    Hardly matters who the Vikings pick, PFT will be filled with predictions of the player’s pending HOF status and how he is the missing piece to the Superbowl.

  11. Slightly disappointed in Pat Terrell for the Panthers. If they wanted someone from the ’96 NFC title game team, I would have picked Frank Garcia or Anthony Johnson. AJ was the 1,000-yard RB, Garcia was the center who won a national title with Washington in college and went on to host a talk radio show in Charlotte. Would love for one of them to announce a pick for us.

  12. Whoever the Bengals select in Round 2 should immediately get the nickname “Cold Cuts.”

  13. Just about emulates each teams draft needs. =============================
    In the case of the Steelers, absolutely! They could definitely use a cornerback of Mel Blount’s talent!

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