Former Clemson wide receiver Roscoe Crosby, one of eight players eligible to be taken in the 2005 NFL Supplemental Draft, was selected by a team today.
Crosby now becomes a free agent, and is technically free to sign with any team. The Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, Kansas City Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys, and New York Giants have all expressed interest.
Southern California's Manuel Wright, a defensive tackle was the only player drafted this year. The Miami Dolphins picked him the fifth round.
The supplemental draft is a draft conducted for players who were not eligible for the regular draft in April. For instance, former college players who have lost their eligibility after the regular NFL draft deadline, or have decided to forego their final year(s) of eligibility to pursue a NFL career.
Once a team selects a player in the supplemental draft, that team forfeits its pick in the corresponding round in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Crosby Not Selected
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