Lowry first pick of second day

Sunday, April 30, 2006 at 1:00am

Updated: April 30, 1 p.m. CST
The Tennessee Titans chose Penn State safety Calvin Lowry with their first pick of the fourth round of the NFL Draft Sunday, No. 102 overall.

Lowry joins quarterback Vince Young and running back LenDale White, both chosen Saturday in the 2006 draft class.

With pick No. 116, acquired Saturday from Philadelphia, the Titans drafted Stephen Tulloch, a linebacker from North Carolina State.

Tennessee had two picks in the fifth round as well and used the first one, No. 137 overall, to pick Terna Nande, a linebacker/strong safety from Miami, Ohio.

The Titans went local with their final pick in the fifth round, picking Jesse Mahelona at No. 169, then plucking Jonathan Orr, a receiver from Wisconsin at No. 172 in the sixth round.

In the seventh round, Tennessee drafted defensive back Cortland Finnegan at No. 215 overall.

Tennessee, which had four seventh-round picks, dealt No. 238 back to Indianpolis for a sixth-round choice next year. The Titans had gotten the pick from the Colts in exchange for Rocky Calmus last year.

Tennessee finished its draft by taking a pair of Utah players with consecutive picks, selecting linebacker Spencer Toone at No. 245 and following that with running back Quinton Ganther.

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