The Associated Press
CHICAGO — The Latest on the second day of the NFL draft (all times local):
Mississippi offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil was a no-show at the Miami Dolphins’ news conferences Friday to present him as their first-round pick.
Tunsil was absent due to an allergic reaction, the team said.
“Unfortunately, Laremy had an allergic reaction this afternoon, so right now he’s with our medical staff and hopefully it’s just a quick, short-term thing,” Dolphins executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said.
Tunsil went through a bizarre plummet in the first round on Thursday. Considered a top-five pick, he went 13th overall after he said his social media accounts were hacked and incidents of his troubled past became public minutes before the first round began, including a video of him smoking from a gas mask-bong contraption.
Also, a post on his Instagram showed an alleged text message exchange between the offensive lineman and an Ole Miss football staff member that included Tunsil’s request for money for bills.
Before the second round of the NFL draft begins, team winners of the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award will walk the red carpet. They also will announce some third-round selections.
Two winners of the national Payton honor, Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis (2014) and former Kansas City Chiefs guard Will Shields (2003), will take part in the festivities.
The Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award recognizes a player for his excellence on and off the field and his commitment to philanthropy and community impact.
Team winners, representing past and present players, are:
Arizona Cardinals: Jay Feely
Atlanta Falcons: Patrick DiMarco
Baltimore Ravens: Mike McCrary
Buffalo Bills: Eric Wood
Carolina Panthers: Thomas Davis
Chicago Bears: Israel Idonije
Cincinnati Bengals: Carlos Dunlap
Cleveland Browns: Gary Barnidge
Dallas Cowboys: Brandon Carr
Denver Broncos: DeMarcus Ware
Detroit Lions: Mike Furrey
Green Bay Packers: Sam Barrington
Houston Texans: Chester Pitts
Indianapolis Colts: Reggie Wayne
Jacksonville Jaguars: Maurice Jones-Drew
Kansas City Chiefs: Will Shields
Los Angeles Rams: Johnny Hekker
Miami Dolphins: Ronnie Brown
Minnesota Vikings: E.J. Henderson
New England Patriots: Kevin Faulk
New Orleans Saints: Scott Fujita
New York Giants: Steve Weatherford
New York Jets: Kevin Mawae
Oakland Raiders: Willie Brown
Philadelphia Eagles: Bennie Logan
Pittsburgh Steelers: Cameron Heyward
San Diego Chargers: Quentin Jammer
San Francisco 49ers: Takeo Spikes
Seattle Seahawks: Shaun Alexander
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Rondè Barber
Tennessee Titans: Delanie Walker
Washington Redskins: Ryan Kerrigan