Dolphins legend Richmond Webb will announce team’s 2nd round pick

Former Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Richmond Webb says he’ll be announcing the team’s second round pick in the 2024 NFL draft.

Webb, 57, was a top 10 pick in the 1990 NFL draft and spent a decade protecting Dan Marino’s blindside in Miami. After playing his final two seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, Webb retired with seven Pro Bowls and was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s All-Decade Team of the 1990s.

Despite his accomplishments, Webb has somehow never even been a semifinalist for Hall of Fame enshrinement.

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It won’t be Webb’s first time announcing a Miami draft pick. In 2019, Webb and then-Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake took the stage in Nashville, Tenn. to announce the team’s third-round selection of offensive lineman Michael Deiter.

For now, the Dolphins own the No. 55 overall pick in the second round. It’s currently scheduled to be the team’s last selection until No. 158 overall in the fifth round.

Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire