Apr 26, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell speaks before the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

What is the NFL Supplemental Draft?

The 2013 Supplemental Draft will be held today as all 32 teams have another shot to add promising young talent to their rosters before the start of training camps. The NFL holds a Supplemental Draft over the summer to offer a second chance to those players who did not enter the regular draft. Usually those players are having eligibility issues and decide to go pro. Teams that use a selection in the Supplemental Draft are forced to forfeit their pick in the following year’s NFL Draft for the corresponding round.

This year, six players are eligible.

  • James Boyd, DE, UNLV
  • Nate Holloway, DT, UNLV
  • Toby Jackson, DE, Central Florida
  • DeWayne Peace, WR, Houston
  • O.J. Ross, WR, Purdue
  • Damond Smith, DB, South Alabama

Out of the eligible prospects, O.J. Ross is the most likely to be selected in the supplemental draft.

The supplemental draft kicks off at 1:00 p.m. ET.

Here is the complete draft order for today’s supplemental draft (all seven rounds follow the same order):

Pick Team
1 Kansas City Chiefs
2 Jacksonville Jaguars
3 Oakland Raiders
4 Philadelphia Eagles
5 Detroit Lions
6 Cleveland Browns
7 Arizona Cardinals
8 Buffalo Bills
9 New York Jets
10 Tennessee Titans
11 San Diego Chargers
12 Miami Dolphins
13 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
14 Carolina Panthers
15 New Orleans Saints
16 St. Louis Rams
17 Pittsburgh Steelers
18 Dallas Cowboys
19 New York Giants
20 Chicago Bears
21 Cincinnati Bengals
22 Washington Redskins
23 Minnesota Vikings
24 Indianapolis Colts
25 Seattle Seahawks
26 Green Bay Packers
27 Houston Texans
28 Denver Broncos
29 New England Patriots
30 Atlanta Falcons
31 San Francisco 49ers
32 Baltimore Raves

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