On Wednesday, we took a brief look at the four players who were eligible for the 2014 NFL Supplemental Draft. The draft took place at 1 PM ET on Thursday and concluded with nobody being selected. That means that WR Josh Gordon remains the most recent receiver taken in a supplemental draft, when the Browns used a second-round pick on him in 2012. The supplemental draft this year reportedly lasted six minutes.
If a league holds a supplemental draft and no one gets selected, does it still make a noise?— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) July 10, 2014
While it's still a little unusual that the Browns' roster is at 89 players instead of the league-allowed 90 players, the expectation is that they will not sign any of the four players, who are now free agents. None of the players might even get signed across the NFL; I don't think any of the six players who went undrafted in the 2013 supplemental draft made a dent in the NFL.