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For Day 2 of the 2021 NFL draft, teams will be represented by either an active or former player of the team, each of whom will be tasked with announcing the selections for their squad in the second and third rounds.

Representing the Tennessee Titans will be none other than former receiver and one of the heroes of the legendary “Music City Miracle” play, wide receiver Kevin Dyson.

Former Titans safety Michael Griffin was originally scheduled to take the job, but had to cancel because of a scheduling conflict, per Jim Wyatt of Titans Online.

The Titans have three picks on Day 2, including one in the second round at No. 53 overall, and then two in the third round at No. 85 and No. 100 overall.

Dyson is a former first-round pick of the Titans back in 1998. He spent five seasons with the team before moving on to play his final season in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers.

Dyson is having a pretty great week, as not only will be he part of this year’s draft, but he also recently became the principal at Centennial High School in Franklin, Tennessee.

The first night of the 2021 NFL draft begins on April 29, with Day 2 set to take place the following day.


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