Last year, Terrelle Pryor was the only player taken in the post-lockout Supplemental Draft. He went to the Oakland Raiders at the expense of a third-round draft choice. Adam Caplan revealed the date for the 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft, as well as the fact that there might be a larger pool of players to choose from than usual:
As noted previously, the Supplement Draft is scheduled for 7/12. I'm hearing there could be up to 10 players in this year's draft.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) June 29, 2012
So far, TCU running back Ed Wesley is the only player to publicly declare his intentions to enter the Supplemental Draft. When more names come along, I'll post an updated list and poll the DBN community to see if there is anyone fans would be interested in. Cleveland has only selected a player once in the history of supplemental drafts -- QB Bernie Kosar, who cost them a first-round pick back in 1985.