Former NFL running back Ed Marinaro stole the show in the first leg of the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft in Las Vegas on Friday night.

Marinero Was Selected To Announce The Pick For His Former Team, The Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings Were Choosing Number 42 As Marinero Approached The Podium To Deliver A Long And Awkward Speech.

"We Didn't Have That Many People When I Played In The Super Bowl," Marinero Said, Hoping That Fans Would "Appreciate" His Purple Sport Coat Because It Was Hard To Find.

Then He Started Talking About His Own Draft Experience And How It Wasn't Like The Thousands Of Fans Who Packed The Nfl Draft Theater In Las Vegas This Weekend.

"I Have To Be Honest, They Weren't At The Top Of My List Of Teams I Wanted To Draft. In Fact, There Was

The Only Team I Wanted To Be Drafted By Less. But I'm Not Going To Mention Green Bay."                  

The 72-year-old Played Four Seasons With The Vikings. He Was Voted 50th Overall In The Second Round Of The 1972 Draft.

He Ran For 1,007 Yards On 306 Carries And Four Touchdowns. He Also Played For The New York Jets And Seattle Seahawks.

After All Of That, Minnesota Drafted Cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. From Clemson.                                                  

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