Former Franchise Great Jevon Kearse to Announce Titans' Second-round Pick



Jevon Kearse joins 31 other legendary NFL alumni that will announce their respective team's second-round pick in the NFL Draft.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. --** The National Football League announced that 32 legendary NFL alumni, one representing each team, will announce live on Friday every selection of the second round. 

Former Titans Pro Bowl defensive end Jevon Kearse will announce Tennessee's second-round selection.

This will mark the first time in NFL Draft history every selection in a round has been announced by former players.

The NFL alumni scheduled to be on-hand at Radio City Music Hall to make the announcements from the podium includes:

• Arizona Cardinals, Aeneas Williams (CB)
• Atlanta Falcons, Jessie Tuggle (LB)
• Baltimore Ravens, Peter Boulware (LB)
• Buffalo Bills, Andre Reed (WR)
• Carolina Panthers, Brad Hoover (FB)
• Chicago Bears, Richard Dent (DE)
• Cincinnati Bengals, Anthony Muñoz (OT)
• Cleveland Browns, Paul Warfield (WR)
• Dallas Cowboys , Charles Haley (DE)
• Denver Broncos, Shannon Sharpe (TE)
• Detroit Lions, Barry Sanders (RB)
• Green Bay Packers, Jim Taylor (FB)
• Houston Texans, Aaron Glenn (CB)
• Indianapolis Colts, Jeff Herrod (LB)
• Jacksonville Jaguars, Donovin Darius (S)
• Kansas City Chiefs, Willie Lanier (LB)
• Miami Dolphins, Sam Madison (CB)
• Minnesota Vikings, Chris Doleman (DE)
• New England Patriots, Andre Tippett (LB)
• New Orleans Saints, Willie Roaf (OT)
• New York Giants, Joe Morris (RB)
• New York Jets, Marty Lyons (DT)
• Oakland Raiders, Willie Brown (DB)
• Philadelphia Eagles, Troy Vincent (DB)
• Pittsburgh Steelers, Franco Harris (RB)
• St. Louis Rams, Marshall Faulk (RB)
• San Diego Chargers, Natrone Means (RB)
• San Francisco 49ers, Dwight Clark (WR)
• Seattle Seahawks, Cortez Kennedy (DT)
• Tampa Bay Buccaneers, John Lynch (S)
• Tennessee Titans, Jevon Kearse (DE)
• Washington Redskins, Doug Williams (QB)

The Carolina Panthers, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets do not have Second Round picks.  Their player representatives will announce their Third Round picks.

The 2011 NFL Draft will continue the three-day format introduced in 2010, with the first three rounds broadcast in primetime at 8:00 pm ET on Thursday, April 28 and 6:00 pm ET on Friday, April 29, and concluding with Rounds 4-7 on Saturday, April 30 at 12:00 pm ET. 

The NFL Draft will be broadcast on NFL Network and ESPN/ESPN2.  Fans also may watch the live NFL Network stream on NFL Mobile.

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