Stover will annnounce Ravens’ second-round and third-round picks


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After the Baltimore Ravens have made their decision on who they will draft in the second-round and third-round on Day Two of the draft Friday night, the franchise’s all-time leading scorer, will announce the team’s picks.

Former Ravens kicker Matt Stover, 44, will take to the podium at New York’s Radio City Music Hall to announce the Ravens’ 60th overall and 91st overall selections, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times.

This is the second straight year each of the NFL’s 32 teams will be using a well-known former player to announce their second-day selections. Last year, former Ravens linebacker Peter Boulware announced the team’s selection of second-rounder Torrey Smith and third-rounder Jah Reid.

Stover, who was a vital member of the 2000 Super Bowl-winning Ravens, was inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor last fall. He is the NFL’s fifth all-time leading scorer (2,004 points) and holds the league record for most consecutive extra points (422) and most consecutive games with a field goal (38).

Here is the list of representatives from each of the 32 teams, according to Wilson.

Arizona Cardinals, Roger Wehrli (DB)

Atlanta Falcons, Alge Crumpler (TE)

Baltimore Ravens, Matt Stover (K)

Buffalo Bills, Phil Hansen (DE)

Carolina Panthers, Mike Rucker (DE)

Chicago Bears, Otis Wilson (LB)

Cincinnati Bengals, Isaac Curtis (WR)

Cleveland Browns, Gary Collins (WR)

Dallas Cowboys , Chad Hennings (DL)

Denver Broncos, Terrell Davis (RB)

Detroit Lions, Barry Sanders (RB)

Green Bay Packers, LeRoy Butler (S)

Houston Texans, Danny Clark (LB)

Indianapolis Colts, Marvin Harrison (WR)

Jacksonville Jaguars, Fred Taylor (RB)

Kansas City Chiefs, Will Shields (G)

Miami Dolphins, Dwight Stephenson (C)

Minnesota Vikings, Anthony Carter (WR)

New England Patriots, Troy Brown (WR)

New Orleans Saints, Willie Roaf (OL)

New York Giants, Michael Strahan (DE)

New York Jets, Wesley Walker (WR)

Oakland Raiders, Willie Brown (DB)

Philadelphia Eagles, Brian Westbrook (RB)

Pittsburgh Steelers, Dermontti Dawson (C)

St. Louis Rams, Isaac Bruce (WR) & Torry Holt (WR)

San Diego Chargers, Courtney Hall (OL)

San Francisco 49ers, Jesse Sapolu (OL)

Seattle Seahawks, Walter Jones (OL)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dexter Jackson (S)

Tennessee Titans, Eddie George (RB)

Washington Redskins, Ken Harvey (LB)