The second and third days of the NFL Draft present an opportunity for former players to step up to the podium and announce a team selection.
Some players revel in the opportunity to cheer on their respective fan bases on national television before announcing the selection. Others just walk up to the microphone and read a card.
On Friday, former Tennessee Titans cornerback and current NFL Network host Jason McCourty went on an epic tirade before revealing who his former team had drafted in the third round.
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After introducing himself, McCourty briskly began his barbecue.
«I have to congratulate the Kansas City Chiefs. I saw Mahomes and Kelce here. I have good memories here,» McCourty recalled as the «pick is in» jingle played. «I remember being at Arrowhead Stadium in 2018 when we won the AFC championship game, and we went to the Super Bowl…and Patrick Mahomes was missing a trophy. Yeah, I said that.»
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McCourty was a member of the New England Patriots in 2018 when they played the Chiefs in the AFC title game. The Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams in the 2019 Super Bowl.
McCourty continued to have a drink at the famous Kansas City barbecue.
«But now it’s all about the Tennessee Titans, and we’re the real team where the Houston Oilers started: Tennessee, the home of the best barbecue in the nation,» McCourty declared as the crowd booed.
McCourty then turned his attention to the AFC South, predicting that the Titans would win the division and the Houston Texans would get their «letterjackets» again.
He also noted that the Colts had a 2-6 record against the Titans since «Pat McAfee came here and made his wrestling announcement.»
He also took aim at the Jaguars by reminding the crowd that Jacksonville has failed to post winning records in two straight seasons since he was a «senior of high school.»
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After a second «pick is in» bell, McCourty finally announced that the Titans had selected running back Tyjae Spears with the 81st pick.