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NFL 2020 Draft to have 58 Prospects participating

NFL to Host “Draft-A-Thon” to Benefit COVID-19 Relief Efforts and Pay Tribute to

Healthcare Workers and Others on the Front Lines of the Pandemic

Fifty-eight prospects are confirmed to participate virtually in the 2020 NFL Draft, the NFL announced today.

LSU leads all colleges with eight participating players while Alabama will have seven players take part. The Southeastern Conference leads all conferences with 24 prospects confirmed to participate in the event.

The draft begins with the first round on Thursday night, April 23, and continues Friday, April 24, with Rounds 2-3. The draft will conclude on Saturday, April 25, with Rounds 4-7.

The 2020 NFL Draft will serve as a three-day virtual fundraiser benefitting six charities – selected by the NFL Foundation – that are battling the spread of COVID-19 and delivering relief to millions in need.

The “Draft-A-Thon” will be featured across the live Draft coverage on ABC, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and NFL Network and pay tribute to healthcare workers and first responders in a variety of ways – including raising funds for the work being done to combat the impact of COVID-19.

The players confirmed to participate in this year’s NFL Draft will be featured on the NFL Draft television broadcast as well as across the NFL Media landscape:

1) Brandon Aiyuk WR Arizona State   30) Cole Kmet TE Notre Dame
2) Mekhi Becton T Louisville   31) CeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma
3) Ross Blacklock DT TCU   32) Terrell Lewis LB Alabama
4) Derrick Brown DT Auburn   33) Jordan Love QB Utah State
5) Joe Burrow QB LSU   34) Justin Madubuike DT Texas A&M
6) K’Lavon Chaisson LB LSU   35) Xavier McKinney DB Alabama
7) Chase Claypool WR Notre Dame   36) Denzel Mims WR Baylor
8) Ezra Cleveland T Boise State   37) Thaddeus Moss TE LSU
9) Lloyd Cushenberry G LSU   38) Zach Moss RB Utah
10) Grant Delpit DB LSU   39) Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma
11) Trevon Diggs DB Alabama   40) Jeff Okudah DB Ohio State
12) J.K. Dobbins RB Ohio State   41) Julian Okwara DE Notre Dame
13) Jacob Eason QB Washington   42) Patrick Queen LB LSU
14) A.J. Epenesa DE Iowa   43) Jalen Reagor WR TCU
15) Jake Fromm QB Georgia   44) Henry Ruggs III WR Alabama
16) Kristian Fulton DB LSU   45) Cesar Ruiz G Michigan
17) Neville Gallimore DT Oklahoma   46) Laviska Shenault WR Colorado
18) Yetur Gross-Matos DE Penn State   47) Isaiah Simmons LB Clemson
19) C.J. Henderson DB Florida   48) D’Andre Swift RB Georgia
20) Justin Herbert QB Oregon   49) Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama
21) Tee Higgins WR Clemson   50) Jonathan Taylor RB Wisconsin
22) Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma   51) AJ Terrell DB Clemson
23) Noah Igbinoghene DB Auburn   52) Andrew Thomas T Georgia
24) Austin Jackson T USC   53) Josh Uche LB Michigan
25) Justin Jefferson WR LSU   54) Prince Tega Wanogho T Auburn
26) Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama   55) Jedrick Wills T Alabama
27) Jaylon Johnson DB Utah   56) Antoine Winfield Jr. DB Minnesota
28) Josh Jones T Houston   57) Tristan Wirfs T Iowa
29) Javon Kinlaw DT South Carolina   58) Chase Young DE Ohio State


2020
NFL DRAFT FACTS & FIGURES​

WHAT: 85th Annual National Football League Player Selection Meeting.
 
WHEN: 8:00 PM ET, Thursday, April 23 (Round 1).
7:00 PM ET, Friday, April 24 (Rounds 2-3).
Noon ET, Saturday, April 25 (Rounds 4-7).
The first round will conclude on Thursday by approximately 11:30 PM ET. In 2019, the first round consumed three hours and 39 minutes. The second and third rounds will conclude on Friday by approximately 11:00 PM ET. The second and third rounds took a combined four hours and 12 minutes in 2019. The draft will conclude by approximately 6:00 PM ET on Saturday with the final four rounds. Rounds 4 through 7 took six hours and 23 minutes in 2019.
ROUNDS: Seven Rounds – Round 1 on Thursday, April 23; Rounds 2 and 3 on Friday, April 24; and Rounds 4 through 7 on Saturday, April 25.
There will be 255 selections, including 32 compensatory choices that have been awarded to 15 teams that suffered a net loss of certain quality unrestricted free agents last year.
The following 32 compensatory choices will supplement the 223 regular choices in the seven rounds:

Round 3: Houston, 33; New England, 34; New York Giants, 35; New England, 36; Seattle, 37; Pittsburgh, 38; Philadelphia, 39; Los Angeles Rams, 40; Minnesota, 41; Baltimore, 42. Round 4: Tampa Bay, 33; Chicago, 34; Miami, 35; Washington, 36; Baltimore, 37; Seattle, 38; Philadelphia, 39; Philadelphia, 40. Round 5: Denver, 33; Dallas, 34. Round 6: New England, 33; New England, 34; Seattle, 35. Round 7: New York Giants, 33; Houston, 34; Minnesota, 35; Houston, 36; Miami, 37; Denver, 38; Minnesota, 39; Denver, 40; New York Giants, 41.

TIME LIMITS: Round 1: 10 minutes per selection. Round 2: Seven minutes per selection. Rounds 3 through 6, including compensatory picks: Five minutes per selection. Rounds 7, including compensatory picks: Four minutes per selection.
DRAFT-A-THON: The “Draft-A-Thon” will be featured across the live Draft coverage on ABC, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and NFL Network and pay tribute to healthcare workers and first responders in a variety of ways – including raising funds for the work being done to combat the impact of COVID-19. Funds will help support six national nonprofits and their respective COVID-19 relief efforts including:


2020 FIRST ROUND DRAFT ORDER

# Team
1. Cincinnati Bengals
2. Washington Redskins
3. Detroit Lions
4. New York Giants
5. Miami Dolphins
6. Los Angeles Chargers
7. Carolina Panthers
8. Arizona Cardinals
9. Jacksonville Jaguars
10. Cleveland Browns
11. New York Jets
12. Las Vegas Raiders
13. San Francisco 49ers (from Indianapolis)
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
15. Denver Broncos
16. Atlanta Falcons
17. Dallas Cowboys
18. Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh)
19. Las Vegas Raiders (from Chicago)
20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams)
21. Philadelphia
22. Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo)
23 New England Patriots
24. New Orleans Saints
25. Minnesota Vikings
26. Miami Dolphins (from Houston)
27. Seattle Seahawks
28. Baltimore Ravens
29. Tennessee Titans
30. Green Bay Packers
31. San Francisco 49ers
32. Kansas City Chiefs​

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

Upcoming NFL Draft to raise funds to help with relief efforts of COVID-19

NFL to Host “Draft-A-Thon” to Benefit COVID-19 Relief Efforts and Pay Tribute to

Healthcare Workers and Others on the Front Lines of the Pandemic

​The NFL announced today that the 2020 NFL Draft will serve as a three-day virtual fundraiser benefitting six charities – selected by the NFL Foundation – that are battling the spread of COVID-19 and delivering relief to millions in need.

The “Draft-A-Thon” will be featured across the live Draft coverage on ABC, ESPN, ESPN Deportes and NFL Network April 23-25 and pay tribute to healthcare workers and first responders in a variety of ways – including raising funds for the work being done to combat the impact of COVID-19. Funds will help support six national nonprofits and their respective COVID-19 relief efforts including:

 

  • Salvation Army and its network form a safety net for individuals and families living in poverty or experiencing homelessness by providing food, shelter, hygiene kits, as well as support to first responders

 

“As we face this global health crisis together, we are filled with gratitude for the extraordinary work of first responders, healthcare workers and many others who are helping those in need,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “The Draft-A-Thon will deliver much-needed funding to many who are suffering as well as those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Conducting this event virtually, and taking all necessary precautions while doing so, underscores the importance of staying home and staying strong during this unprecedented moment in our history.”

​Fans and other supporters can donate through one central fund throughout the three days, which will add to the more than $43 million already donated by the collective NFL family. More details about the Draft-A-Thon and how to donate will be announced in the coming days.​

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

NFL, Pro Football Hall of Fame announce 2010′s All-Decade Team

Eight unanimous selections highlight the 2010-19 All-Decade Team, announced today by the National Football League and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

 

OFFENSE DEFENSE
Wide Receiver Antonio Brown End Calais Campbell
Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald End Cameron Jordan
Wide Receiver Calvin Johnson End Julius Peppers
Wide Receiver Julio Jones End *J.J. Watt
Tight End Rob Gronkowski Tackle Geno Atkins
Tight End Travis Kelce Tackle Fletcher Cox
Tackle Jason Peters Tackle *Aaron Donald
Tackle Tyron Smith Tackle Ndamukong Suh
Tackle Joe Staley Linebacker Chandler Jones
Tackle *Joe Thomas Linebacker Luke Kuechly
Guard Jahri Evans Linebacker Khalil Mack
Guard Logan Mankins Linebacker *Von Miller
Guard Zack Martin Linebacker Bobby Wagner
Guard *Marshal Yanda Linebacker Patrick Willis
Center Alex Mack Cornerback Patrick Peterson
Center Maurkice Pouncey Cornerback Darrelle Revis
Quarterback *Tom Brady Cornerback Richard Sherman
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers Safety Eric Berry
Running Back Frank Gore Safety Earl Thomas
Running Back Marshawn Lynch Safety Eric Weddle
Running Back LeSean McCoy Defensive Back Chris Harris
Running Back *Adrian Peterson Defensive Back Tyrann Mathieu
Flex Darren Sproles

 

SPECIALISTS
Punter Johnny Hekker
Punter Shane Lechler
Kicker Stephen Gostkowski
Kicker *Justin Tucker
Punt Returner Tyreek Hill
Punt Returner Darren Sproles
Kick Returner Devin Hester
Kick Returner Cordarrelle Patterson
 
Coach Bill Belichick
Coach Pete Carroll

​*Unanimous selection

 

The 55-member team is the result of votes cast over the last several weeks by the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 48-member selection committee. Only players who received at least one selection to a Pro Bowl, Associated Press All-Pro team or Pro Football Writers of America all-conference team during the 2010-19 seasons were eligible.

 

Eight unanimous selections – quarterback TOM BRADY, defensive tackle AARON DONALD, linebacker VON MILLER, running back ADRIAN PETERSON, offensive tackle JOE THOMAS, kicker JUSTIN TUCKER, defensive end J.J. WATT and guard MARSHAL YANDA – appear among the 53 players.

 

Brady and Green Bay’s AARON RODGERS, the two quarterbacks on the team, guided their respective clubs to the NFL’s top two win-loss records during the decade, including postseason. The Patriots were 141-42-0 (.770) while the Packers were 112-63-2 (.638).

 

Linebacker BOBBY WAGNER leads a parade of five Seahawks who spent all or most of the decade in Seattle. In addition to Wagner, Seattle is represented by former cornerback RICHARD SHERMAN, former safety EARL THOMAS and running back MARSHAWN LYNCH. Head coach PETE CARROLL, who led the team to eight playoff berths, two Super Bowls and one championship during the decade, is one of two coaches on the all-decade team.

 

The NFC West, which has sent a club to five of the last eight Super Bowls, is the most heavily represented division. Players who played primarily in the division on the all-decade team also include Donald (Los Angeles Rams), defensive end CALAIS CAMPBELL (Arizona), wide receiver LARRY FITZGERALD (Arizona), running back FRANK GORE (San Francisco), punter JOHNNY HEKKER (Los Angeles Rams), linebacker CHANDLER JONES (Arizona), cornerback PATRICK PETERSON (Arizona), tackle JOE STALEY (San Francisco) and linebacker PATRICK WILLIS (San Francisco).

 

In addition to Carroll, the other head coach on the team is BILL BELICHICK, now one of two coaches ever to appear on multiple all-decade teams, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer CHUCK NOLL (1970s and 1980s). Belichick and Pro Football Hall of Famer TONY DUNGY were the coaches on the 2000s team.

 

Joining Belichick are four other Patriots who combined to guide New England during the decade to five Super Bowls, more than any team. Brady, former kicker STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI, former tight end ROB GRONKOWSKI and former guard LOGAN MANKINS also spent all or the majority of the decade with the club.

 

Belichick and Brady join kick returner DEVIN HESTER, punter SHANE LECHLER and defensive end JULIUS PEPPERS as the five individuals to make the team in each of the last two decades.

 

DARREN SPROLES, selected as both an offensive flex player and a punt returner, is the fourth individual ever to appear on an all-decade team at multiple positions, joining MEL GRAY (kick returner and punt returner in 1990s), DANTE HALL (kick returner and punt returner in 2000s) and Pro Football Hall of Famer DEION SANDERS (cornerback and punt returner in 1990s). The NFL replaced fullback on the 2010s team with the flex position, reflecting the evolution of the game. The flex is defined as a player who fits several offensive roles for his club. Sproles tied for second among NFL players during the decade with five punt-return touchdowns.

 

The KANSAS CITY CHIEFS, who captured Super Bowl LIV in February, placed five individuals on the team, former safety ERIC BERRY, punt returner TYREEK HILL, tight end TRAVIS KELCE, defensive back TYRANN MATHIEU and running back LESEAN MCCOY, who also played for Philadelphia and Buffalo during the decade.

 

Two clubs placed multiple offensive linemen on the all-decade team. The DALLAS COWBOYS were represented by both guard ZACK MARTIN and offensive tackle TYRON SMITH while the CLEVELAND BROWNS were led by unanimous selection JOE THOMAS at offensive tackle and ALEX MACK, who played center from 2009-15 before signing with the Falcons.

 

Also, three players who earned the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year during the decade made the team: Campbell (2019), Fitzgerald (2016) and Watt (2017).

 

1920s All-Decade Team
End Guy Chamberlin
End Lavern Dilweg
End George Halas
Tackle Ed Healey
Tackle Wilbur (Pete) Henry
Tackle Cal Hubbard
Tackle Steve Owen
Guard Hunk Anderson
Guard Walt Kiesling
Guard Mike Michalske
Center George Trafton
Quarterback Jimmy Conzelman
Quarterback John (Paddy) Driscoll
Halfback Harold (Red) Grange
Halfback Joe Guyon
Halfback Earl (Curly) Lambeau
Halfback Jim Thorpe
Fullback Ernie Nevers

 

1930s All-Decade Team
End Bill Hewitt
End Don Hutson
End Wayne Millner
End Gaynell Tinsley
Tackle George Christensen
Tackle Frank Cope
Tackle Glen (Turk) Edwards
Tackle Bill Lee
Tackle Joe Stydahar
Guard Grover (Ox) Emerson
Guard Dan Fortmann
Guard Charles (Buckets) Goldenberg
Guard Russ Letlow
Center Mel Hein
Center George Svendsen
Quarterback Earl (Dutch) Clark
Quarterback Arnie Herber
Quarterback Cecil Isbell
Halfback Cliff Battles
Halfback Johnny (Blood) McNally
Halfback Beattie Feathers
Halfback Alphonse (Tuffy) Leemans
Halfback Ken Strong
Fullback Clarke Hinkle
Fullback Bronko Nagurski

 

1940s All-Decade Team
End Jim Benton
End Jack Ferrante
End Ken Kavanaugh
End Dante Lavelli
End Pete Pihos
End Mac Speedie
End Ed Sprinkle
Tackle Al Blozis
Tackle George Connor
Tackle Frank (Bucko) Kilroy
Tackle Buford (Baby) Ray
Tackle Vic Sears
Tackle Al Wistert
Guard Bruno Banducci
Guard Bill Edwards
Guard Garrard (Buster) Ramsey
Guard Bill Willis
Guard Len Younce
Center Charley Brock
Center Clyde (Bulldog) Turner
Center Alex Wojciechowicz
Quarterback Sammy Baugh
Quarterback Sid Luckman
Quarterback Bob Waterfield
Halfback Tony Canadeo
Halfback Bill Dudley
Halfback George McAfee
Halfback Charley Trippi
Halfback Steve Van Buren
Halfback Byron (Whizzer) White
Fullback Pat Harder
Fullback Marion Motley
Fullback Bill Osmanski

 

1950s All-Decade Team
Offense
End Raymond Berry
End Tom Fears
End Bobby Walston
Halfback-End Elroy (Crazylegs) Hirsch
Tackle Roosevelt Brown
Tackle Bob St. Clair
Guard Dick Barwegan
Guard Jim Parker
Guard Dick Stanfel
Center Chuck Bednarik
Quarterback Otto Graham
Quarterback Bobby Layne
Quarterback Norm Van Brocklin
Halfback Frank Gifford
Halfback Ollie Matson
Halfback Hugh McElhenny
Halfback Lenny Moore
Fullback Alan Ameche
Fullback Joe Perry
Kicker Lou Groza
Defense
End Len Ford
End Gino Marchetti
Tackle Art Donovan
Tackle Leo Nomellini
Tackle Ernie Stautner
Linebacker Joe Fortunato
Linebacker Bill George
Linebacker Sam Huff
Linebacker Joe Schmidt
Halfback Jack Butler
Halfback Dick (Night Train) Lane
Safety Jack Christiansen
Safety Yale Lary
Safety Emlen Tunnell

 

1960s All-Decade Team
Offense
Split End Del Shofner
Split End Charley Taylor
Flanker Gary Collins
Flanker Boyd Dowler
Tight End John Mackey
Tackle Bob Brown
Tackle Forrest Gregg
Tackle Ralph Neely
Guard Gene Hickerson
Guard Jerry Kramer
Guard Howard Mudd
Center Jim Ringo
Quarterback Sonny Jurgensen
Quarterback Bart Starr
Quarterback Johnny Unitas
Halfback John David Crow
Halfback Paul Hornung
Halfback Leroy Kelly
Halfback Gale Sayers
Fullback Jim Brown
Fullback Jim Taylor
Kicker Jim Bakken
Defense
End Doug Atkins
End Willie Davis
End David (Deacon) Jones
Tackle Alex Karras
Tackle Bob Lilly
Tackle Merlin Olsen
Linebacker Dick Butkus
Linebacker Larry Morris
Linebacker Ray Nitschke
Linebacker Tommy Nobis
Linebacker Dave Robinson
Cornerback Herb Adderley
Cornerback Lem Barney
Cornerback Bobby Boyd
Safety Eddie Meador
Safety Larry Wilson
Safety Willie Wood
Punter Don Chandler

 

1970s All-Decade Team
Offense
Wide Receiver Harold Carmichael
Wide Receiver Drew Pearson
Wide Receiver Lynn Swann
Wide Receiver Paul Warfield
Tight End Dave Casper
Tight End Charlie Sanders
Tackle Dan Dierdorf
Tackle Art Shell
Tackle Rayfield Wright
Tackle Ron Yary
Guard Joe DeLamielleure
Guard John Hannah
Guard Larry Little
Guard Gene Upshaw
Center Jim Langer
Center Mike Webster
Quarterback Terry Bradshaw
Quarterback Ken Stabler
Quarterback Roger Staubach
Running Back Earl Campbell
Running Back Franco Harris
Running Back Walter Payton
Running Back O.J. Simpson
Kicker Garo Yepremian
Defense
End Carl Eller
End L.C. Greenwood
End Harvey Martin
End Jack Youngblood
Tackle Joe Greene
Tackle Bob Lilly
Tackle Merlin Olsen
Tackle Alan Page
Linebacker Bobby Bell
Linebacker Robert Brazile
Linebacker Dick Butkus
Linebacker Jack Ham
Linebacker Ted Hendricks
Linebacker Jack Lambert
Cornerback Willie Brown
Cornerback Jimmy Johnson
Cornerback Roger Wehrli
Cornerback Louis Wright
Safety Dick Anderson
Safety Cliff Harris
Safety Ken Houston
Safety Larry Wilson
Punter Ray Guy
Specialists
Kick Returner Rick Upchurch
Kick Returner Billy (White Shoes) Johnson
Coach Don Shula
Coach Chuck Noll

 

1980s All-Decade Team
Offense
Wide Receiver Jerry Rice
Wide Receiver Steve Largent
Wide Receiver James Lofton
Wide Receiver Art Monk
Tight End Kellen Winslow
Tight End Ozzie Newsome
Tackle Anthony Munoz
Tackle Jim Covert
Tackle Gary Zimmerman
Tackle Joe Jacoby
Guard John Hannah
Guard Russ Grimm
Guard Bill Fralic
Guard Mike Munchak
Center Dwight Stephenson
Center Mike Webster
Quarterback Joe Montana
Quarterback Dan Fouts
Running Back Walter Payton
Running Back Eric Dickerson
Running Back Roger Craig
Running Back John Riggins
Defense
End Reggie White
End Howie Long
End Lee Roy Selmon
End Bruce Smith
Tackle Randy White
Tackle Dan Hampton
Tackle Keith Millard
Tackle Dave Butz
Linebacker Mike Singletary
Linebacker Lawrence Taylor
Linebacker Ted Hendricks
Linebacker Jack Lambert
Linebacker Andre Tippett
Linebacker John Anderson
Linebacker Carl Banks
Cornerback Mike Haynes
Cornerback Mel Blount
Cornerback Frank Minnifield
Cornerback Lester Hayes
Safety Ronnie Lott
Safety Kenny Easley
Safety Deron Cherry
Safety Joey Browner
Safety Nolan Cromwell
Specialists
Punter Sean Landeta
Punter Reggie Roby
Kicker Morten Andersen
Kicker Gary Anderson
Kicker Eddie Murray
Punt Returner Billy (White Shoes) Johnson
Punt Returner John Taylor
Kick Returner Mike Nelms
Kick Returner Rick Upchurch
Coach Bill Walsh
Coach Chuck Noll

 

1990s All-Decade Team
Offense
Wide Receiver Cris Carter
Wide Receiver Jerry Rice
Wide Receiver Tim Brown
Wide Receiver Michael Irvin
Tight End Shannon Sharpe
Tight End Ben Coates
Tackle William Roaf
Tackle Gary Zimmerman
Tackle Tony Boselli
Tackle Richmond Webb
Guard Bruce Matthews
Guard Randall McDaniel
Guard Larry Allen
Guard Steve Wisniewski
Center Dermontti Dawson
Center Mark Stepnoski
Quarterback John Elway
Quarterback Brett Favre
Running Back Barry Sanders
Running Back Emmitt Smith
Running Back Terrell Davis
Running Back Thurman Thomas
Defense
End Bruce Smith
End Reggie White
End Chris Doleman
End Neil Smith
Tackle Cortez Kennedy
Tackle John Randle
Tackle Warren Sapp
Tackle Bryant Young
Linebacker Kevin Greene
Linebacker Junior Seau
Linebacker Derrick Thomas
Linebacker Cornelius Bennett
Linebacker Hardy Nickerson
Linebacker Levon Kirkland
Cornerback Deion Sanders
Cornerback Rod Woodson
Cornerback Darrell Green
Cornerback Aeneas Williams
Safety Steve Atwater
Safety LeRoy Butler
Safety Carnell Lake
Safety Ronnie Lott
Specialists
Punter Darren Bennett
Punter Sean Landeta
Kicker Morten Andersen
Kicker Gary Anderson
Punt Returner Deion Sanders
Punt Returner Mel Gray
Kick Returner Michael Bates
Kick Returner Mel Gray
Coach Bill Parcells
Coach Marv Levy

 

2000s All-Decade Team
Offense
Wide Receiver Randy Moss
Wide Receiver Marvin Harrison
Wide Receiver Terrell Owens
Wide Receiver Torry Holt
Tight End Tony Gonzalez
Tight End Antonio Gates
Tackle Walter Jones
Tackle Jonathan Ogden
Tackle Orlando Pace
Tackle William Roaf
Guard Alan Faneca
Guard Steve Hutchinson
Guard Will Shields
Guard Larry Allen
Center Kevin Mawae
Center Olin Kreutz
Quarterback Tom Brady
Quarterback Peyton Manning
Running Back LaDainian Tomlinson
Running Back Edgerrin James
Running Back Jamal Lewis
Running Back Shaun Alexander
Fullback Lorenzo Neal
Defense
End Dwight Freeney
End Michael Strahan
End Jason Taylor
End Julius Peppers
Tackle Richard Seymour
Tackle Warren Sapp
Tackle Kevin Williams
Tackle La’Roi Glover
Linebacker Ray Lewis
Linebacker Derrick Brooks
Linebacker Brian Urlacher
Linebacker Joey Porter
Linebacker Zach Thomas
Linebacker DeMarcus Ware
Cornerback Champ Bailey
Cornerback Charles Woodson
Cornerback Ronde Barber
Cornerback Ty Law
Safety Ed Reed
Safety Brian Dawkins
Safety Troy Polamalu
Safety Darren Sharper
Specialists
Punter Shane Lechler
Punter Brian Moorman
Kicker Adam Vinatieri
Kicker David Akers
Punt Returner Dante Hall
Punt Returner Devin Hester
Kick Returner Joshua Cribbs
Kick Returner Dante Hall
Coach Bill Belichick
Coach Tony Dungy

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL, PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL Network to air ‘Path to the Draft’ and ‘NFL Mock Draft Live’ returns leading up to 2020 Draft

 

‘Path to the Draft’ Airs Monday-Friday at 8:00 PM ET Beginning April 6​

30-Minute Show Breaks Down Top Prospects & Delves Into Needs for All 32 NFL Teams

‘NFL Mock Draft Live’ Airs Tuesday, April 7 & 14 at 9:00 PM ET

 

With the 2020 NFL Draft less than a month away, NFL Network’s journey to the draft continues with the return of Path to the Draft and NFL Mock Draft Live.

Starting Monday, April 6 and airing Monday-Friday at 8:00 PM ET on NFL Network, Path to the Draft provides in-depth analysis of all the top prospects, the latest news reports and more leading up to the 2020 NFL Draft on April 23-25. Led by NFL Network analysts Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) and Bucky Brooks (@BuckyBrooks), and host Rhett Lewis (@RhettNFL), the 30-minute show also delves into all 32 NFL teams’ needs, breaks down which players can help each team, and discusses where in the draft teams can select the players to help them next season.

Additionally, NFL Mock Draft Live airs Tuesday, April 7 and Tuesday, April 14 at 9:00 PM ET on NFL Network, with Jeremiah, Brooks and host Colleen Wolfe (@ColleenWolfe). Each edition of NFL Mock Draft Live releases and debates a new Mock Draft from NFL Network’s team of analysts and experts, as well as unveils draft sleepers, offers NFL player comparisons and provides the best Fantasy Football team fits.

NFL Mock Draft Live culminates on Sunday, April 19 at 8:00 PM ET providing a complete first-round Mock Draft.

NFL.com/draft serves as NFL.com’s home for the 2020 NFL Draft, providing comprehensive coverage including the latest Mock Drafts, positional rankings and news stories surrounding the top prospects. For additional coverage, follow @NFLDraft on Twitter.

Available on NFL.com/draft right now:

Each episode of Path to the Draft and NFL Mock Draft Live – as well as all NFL Network programming – is available across devices (smartphone, PC, tablet and connected TVs) through the NFL app or NFL.com/watch for subscribers of participating NFL Network providers.

 

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‘NFL Red Zone’ to start re-airing every Sunday Games from 2019 Season on Monday April 6

Airs at 8:00 AM, 3:00 PM & 10:00 PM ET Each Day for 17 Consecutive Days

NFL RedZone is back!

Beginning Monday, April 6NFL RedZone will replay every Sunday from the 2019 NFL season in chronological order for 17 consecutive days on the NFL RedZone network at 8:00 AM3:00 PM and 10:00 PM ET each day.

Provided below is the complete airing schedule:

  • Monday, April 6 – Week 1
  • Tuesday, April 7 – Week 2
  • Wednesday, April 8 – Week 3
  • Thursday, April 9 – Week 4
  • Friday, April 10 – Week 5
  • Saturday, April 11 – Week 6
  • Sunday, April 12 – Week 7
  • Monday, April 13 – Week 8
  • Tuesday, April 14 – Week 9
  • Wednesday, April 15 – Week 10
  • Thursday, April 16 – Week 11
  • Friday, April 17 – Week 12
  • Saturday, April 18 – Week 13
  • Sunday, April 19 – Week 14
  • Monday, April 20 – Week 15
  • Tuesday, April 21 – Week 16
  • Wednesday, April 22 – Week 17

Hosted by Scott HansonNFL RedZone provides live coverage of all the best NFL action from across the country and every touchdown from every game on Sunday afternoons during the NFL season. For more information on NFL RedZone, please visit NFL.com/redzone.

Additionally, the NFL is offering complimentary access to NFL Game Pass providing fans the opportunity to watch regular and postseason games from 2009-2019, as well as seasons of award-winning NFL Films series such as Hard Knocks and A Football Life, and exclusive NFL Game Pass Film Sessions with some of the league’s star players and coaches. For more information, please visit NFL.com/gamepass.

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL and NFL Network apps on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku and Xbox One). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork. For NFL Network audio programming, download the TuneIn app.

 

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