20 NFL players to appear on Family Feud this summer
This summer, ABC will broadcast their second season of "Celebrity Family Feud" starting in June.
The show will feature teams of various celebrities and their families in the adaptation of the classic daytime game show as part of the 10-episode season.
The third episode will feature the AFC Offense team (playing for "Active Minds") against the NFC Defense team (playing for "Got Your 6"). Episode four will see the AFC Defense (playing for "Still Strong Foundation") matched up against the NFC Offense (playing for "Professional Athletes Foundation").
Full roster can be found below:
|AFC Offense||NFC Defense|
|Brandon Marshall (Jets)||Thomas Davis (Panthers)|
|Steve Smith Sr. (Ravens)||Terrance Knighton (Patriots)|
|Amari Cooper (Raiders)||Tyrann Mathieu (Cardinals)|
|Jeremy Hill (Bengals)||Malcolm Jenkins (Eagles)|
|Marcus Cannon (Patriots)||Cliff Avril (Seahawks)|
|AFC Defense||NFC Offense|
|AJ Hawk (free agent)||Joe Staley (49ers)|
|Tamba Hali (Chiefs)||Teddy Bridgewater (Vikings)|
|Malcom Smith (Raiders)||David Johnson (Cardinals)|
|Von Miller (Broncos)||Marvin Jones (Lions)|
|Melvin Ingram (Chargers)||Pierre Garcon (Redskins)|
Knighton was originally placed on the NFC Defense team because he was playing for the Washington Redskins when the teams were formed. Hawk was also originally supposed to represent the Cincinnati Bengals, but was released from the team in April.
According to Staley's Twitter account, his episode has already been taped.
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