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Dent To Announce Bears’ Second-Round Pick

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Richard Dent (Photo Credit: Getty Images, By: Jonathan Daniel)

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CHICAGO (CBS) When the Chicago Bears drafted Richard Dent in the eighth round of the 1983 NFL Draft, they made one of the best decisions in the franchise’s draft history. Bears fans are hoping that Dent’s luck with the draft continues.

The NFL announced on Thursday that the second-round picks will be made by retired players from each team. The Bears’ pick will be announced by Dent, the team’s most recent NFL Hall of Fame member.

Dent spent 12 seasons playing for the Bears and was the MVP of Super Bowl XX. In his 150 career games, Dent recorded 137.5 sacks. He was voted into the NFL Hall of Fame on February 5, 2011.

The Carolina Panthers, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets don’t have second-round pick, their representatives will announce their third round pick.

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

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