Green Bay Packers wide receiver Robert Brooks (87) does a Lambeau Leap after scoring a touchdown in 1995, Brooks posed with a statue of Packers fans to recreate his Lambeau Leap before announcing Green Bay's fourth-round pick Saturday. (AP Photo/David Stluka)

As the draft moves into its final day, many of the picks are being announced at various locations across the country rather than in the Philadelphia draft headquarters.

Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson was at Grand Canyon National Park to announce his team’s fourth-round selection of Pittsburgh offensive guard Dorian Johnson. David Johnson was joined by the wife and son of a Phoenix police officer who was killed in the line of duty.


The Houston Texans might have topped everyone with their fourth-round selection. Astronaut Peggy Whitson began the Texans' presentation while holding a football from the International Space Station before having retired astronaut Scott Kelly announce the actual pick from the Houston space station. 

Other draft choices also were announced at various sites associated with the teams making the picks.

The Chicago Bears had Command Sgt. Major Mark Bowman of Illinois Army National Guard announced the Bears’ fourth-round pick from in front of a statue of George Halas

A Jacksonville Jaguars fan who won a contest announced the fourth-round selection of Oklahoma wide receiver Dede Westbrook while standing next to former Jags quarterback Mark Brunell from the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass.

Former Green Bay wide receiver Robert Brooks opened the day by posing at a statue of Packers fans to recreate the Lambeau Leap  that he made famous. The Packers selected Wisconsin linebacker Vince Biegel with the first pick of the fourth round.