Video: Mike Nolan introduces Vernon Davis and Manny Lawson

Apr 30, 2006 at 10:28 PM--


Vernon Davis expresses how excited he was to be selected by the 49ers. Manny Lawson tells reporters how he grew up as a 49ers fan.

49ers head coach Mike Nolan introduces the 49ers top two picks from this weekend, Maryland tight end Vernon Davis and North Carolina State linebacker Manny Lawson.

Nolan introduces Davis and Lawson
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Television interview with Vernon Davis
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