- Paul Kuharsky, ESPN Staff Writer
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In ESPN.com’s continuing series on all-time round-by-round draft teams, we’ve got some AFC South players to hit on.
On the fourth-round team, Jerry Logan, a safety drafted by the Baltimore Colts in 1963 is a starter beside Chuck Cecil, the Titans' defensive coordinator.
Three players connected to the division made the also-considered list for the fourth round: Colts defensive tackle Tony McCoy (1992), Jaguars defensive tackle Seth Payne (1997) and cornerback Rod Perry (Rams, 1975), who’s a defensive assistant on the Colts’ staff.
Here is a review of how the selection process worked.