August 4, 2012; Canton, OH, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers former center Dermontti Dawson poses with his bust during the 2012 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremonies at Fawcett Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE
Steelers Hall of Fame C Dermontti Dawson will represent the organization tonight at Rockefeller Center in New York as part of the pregame festivities of the NFL Kickoff Show starting at 7:30 p.m. ET Wednesday.
Each team is sending an NFL alumnus representing each team to be on hand, joining each team's winner of the NFL Fan Flag Challenge to unveil their design.
Fortunately, Behind The Steel Curtain has the design already, which was posted by the Steelers' winner (member "Ozborn") last week.
While clearly no one will touch the sheer awesomeness of Ozborn's design (they can't have six stars representing six Super Bowl championships), I'm sure the other flags will be nice. Hopefully we can get Ozborn back here for an interview after the game to share the experience.
Here's a list of the NFL alumni who will represent each team.
Arizona Cardinals, Frank Sanders (WR)
Atlanta Falcons, Alge Crumpler (TE)
Baltimore Ravens, Rob Burnett (DE)
Buffalo Bills, Steve Tasker (WR)
Carolina Panthers, Wesley Walls (TE)
Chicago Bears, Gale Sayers (RB)
Cincinnati Bengals, Jim Breech (K)
Cleveland Browns, Greg Pruitt (RB)
Dallas Cowboys, Charles Haley (DE)
Denver Broncos, Rod Smith (WR)
Detroit Lions, Charlie Sanders (TE)
Green Bay Packers, James Lofton (WR)
Houston Texans, Seth Payne (DT)
Indianapolis Colts, Jeff Herrod (LB)
Jacksonville Jaguars, Fred Taylor (RB)
Kansas City Chiefs, Will Shields (G)
Miami Dolphins, Larry Little (G)
Minnesota Vikings, Matt Blair (LB)
New England Patriots, Troy Brown (WR)
New Orleans Saints, Willie Roaf (T)
New York Giants, Antonio Pierce (LB)
New York Jets, Chad Pennington (QB)
Oakland Raiders, Willie Brown (DB)
Philadelphia Eagles, Brian Dawkins (S)
Pittsburgh Steelers, Dermontti Dawson (C)
St. Louis Rams, Jack Youngblood (DE)
San Diego Chargers, David Binn (LS)
San Francisco 49ers, Roger Craig (RB)
Seattle Seahawks, Shaun Alexander (RB)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Derrick Brooks (LB)
Tennessee Titans, Keith Bulluck (LB)
Washington Redskins, Pat Fischer (DB)