During the second and third rounds of the 2013 NFL draft, each team will have one of its renowned alumni announce its respective draft selection on Friday, April 26.
The National Football League's official communications website reported the news on Wednesday and provided a list of those who will take the podium in Radio City Music Hall for each team:
Arizona Cardinals, Larry Centers (FB)
Atlanta Falcons, Deion Sanders (CB)
Baltimore Ravens, Jonathan Ogden (OT)
Buffalo Bills, Chris Kelsay (DE)
Carolina Panthers, Mike Minter (S)
Chicago Bears, Neal Anderson (RB)
Cincinnati Bengals, Tim Krumrie (DT)
*Cleveland Browns, Dick Schafrath (T)
Dallas Cowboys, Tony Casillas (DT)
Denver Broncos, Randy Gradishar (LB)
Detroit Lions, Herman Moore (WR)
Green Bay Packers, Dave Robinson (LB)
Houston Texans, Steve McKinney (C)
*Indianapolis Colts, Tarik Glenn (T)
Jacksonville Jaguars, Mark Brunell (QB)
*Kansas City Chiefs, Gary Barbaro (DB)
Miami Dolphins, Larry Little (G)
Minnesota Vikings, Joey Browner (S)
New England Patriots, Kevin Faulk (RB)
*New Orleans Saints, Steve Gleason (S)
New York Giants, Rich Seubert (G)
New York Jets, Wayne Chrebet (WR)
*Oakland Raiders, Willie Brown (DB)
Philadelphia Eagles, Jeremiah Trotter (LB)
Pittsburgh Steelers, Merril Hoge (RB)
St. Louis Rams, Orlando Pace (T)
San Diego Chargers, Jim Hill (DB)
San Francisco 49ers, Guy McIntyre (G)
Seattle Seahawks, Isaiah Kacyvenski (LB)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Warren Sapp (DT)
Tennessee Titans, Keith Bulluck (LB)
Washington Redskins, LaVar Arrington (LB)
Those teams with an asterisk do not have second-round picks, and their respective stars will read their picks in Round 3.
This list of standout players includes six Pro Football Hall of Famers, including three from the 2013 class. Jonathan Ogden, a perennial All-Pro offensive tackle for the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, is one of them.
Former stud defensive tackle Warren Sapp will read for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as another recent inductee, and linebacker Dave Robinson is set to do the same for the Green Bay Packers.
The NFL began the three-day draft format in 2010, with the second and third rounds taking place on the second day. In addition to the stars being given the honor to announce exciting new prospects joining their former teams, fans will be able to get in on the action as well.
Thanks to Bud Light’s sponsorship of Round 2, one fan representing each franchise will get VIP treatment in New York City, which includes green-room access and a dinner reception with the aforementioned former players. Those fans will be card-carriers for their team's selections, and one will have the opportunity to read the draft choice on stage with the high-profile alums.
Day 2 of the draft will commence at 6:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on ESPN/ESPN 2 and NFL Network.