NFL Supplemental Draft 2016 Results: All Teams Pass on 6 Eligible Players

July 14, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2016 NFL supplemental draft came and went Thursday with none of the six eligible players getting selected.   
NFL Director of NFC Football Communications Randall Liu provided a list of the undrafted players, all of whom are now free agents:
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the fact that nobody was selected didn't come as much of a surprise:
Purdue defensive tackle Ra'Zahn Howard was seemingly the likeliest candidate to get picked, as he registered 23 tackles and one sack in extensive playing time for the Boilermakers last season.
Per Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, though, teams didn't think much of his individual workout:
However, it didn't take long for Howard to find an interested team, as ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Houston Texans will sign him. Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle confirmed the deal.
The result of the supplemental draft means all teams will keep their full allotment of selections for the 2017 NFL d...

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