Breaking down the remaining unsigned rookies

How many picks are left to sign in each round and who are they? We break down the numbers, names and the training camp reporting dates.

The clock is ticking toward the beginning of training camps throughout the NFL, which means there will be a flurry of contract negotiations in the next two weeks.

As of Tuesday afternoon, 102 draft choices had either not signed or agreed to terms, of which 63 are in the first two rounds. In those first two rounds, only Jets second-round guard Vladimir Ducasse (61st overall) has signed. The 102 total includes running back Harvey Unga, Chicago, and defensive tackle Joshua Price-Brent, Dallas, who were selected in last week's supplemental draft.

Throughout the remainder of the draft, there are 14 unsigned third-round picks, five in the fourth round, four in the fifth, five in the sixth and 11 in the seventh, including Unga and Price-Brent. Five of the 25 picks from the fourth round on were selected by Indianapolis, which has yet to sign any of its draft choices.

The urgency is considerable for teams that report earlier than others. Cleveland's rookies report Friday, a full week before the Browns' veterans. Cleveland has five unsigned picks: cornerback Joe Haden (first round), safety T.J. Ward (second), running back Montario Hardesty (third), quarterback Colt McCoy (third) and guard Shawn Lauvao (third).

Rookies and veterans report to Dallas' camp Saturday, as the Cowboys work to sign wide receiver Dez Bryant (first), linebacker Sean Lee (second) and cornerback Jamar Wall (sixth). The Vikings don't start practices until July 30, but they still have six rookies to sign.

Following are the league's unsigned picks starting with the third round, and then the order of reporting dates for all NFL teams.


ROUND 3 (14)
Team / Player / Overall Slot

Kansas City / OG Jon Asamoah / 68
Miami / OG John Jerry / 73
Jacksonville / DT D'Anthony Smith / 74
Tennessee / WR Damian Williams / 77
Carolina / WR Brandon LaFell / 78
Cincinnati / WR Jordan Shipley / 84
Cleveland / QB Colt McCoy / 85
Denver / WR Eric Decker / 87
San Francisco / LB Navorro Bowman / 91
Cleveland / OG Shawn Lauvao / 92
Kansas City / TE Tony Moeaki / 93
Indianapolis / CB Kevin Thomas / 94
New Orleans / TE Jimmy Graham / 95
Cincinnati / CB Brandon Ghee / 96

ROUND 4 (5)
Team / Player / Overall Slot

Minnesota / DE Everson Griffen / 100
Houston / TE Garrett Graham / 118
Indianapolis / OG Jacques McClendon / 129
Arizona / LB O'Brien Schofield / 130
Cincinnati / LB Roddrick Muckelroy / 131

ROUND 5 (4)
Team / Player / Overall Slot

Tennessee / S Robert Johnson / 148
New Orleans / C Matt Tennant / 158
Minnesota / OG Chris DeGeare / 161
Indianapolis / TE Brody Eldridge / 162

ROUND 6 (5)
Team / Player / Overall Slot

Jacksonville / RB Deji Karim / 180
Denver / C/G Eric Olsen / 183
Dallas / CB Jamar Wall / 196
Minnesota / WR Joe Webb / 199
Jacksonville / KR Scotty McGee / 203

ROUND 7 (11)
Team / Player / Overall Slot

Tampa Bay / S Cody Grimm / 210
Minnesota / TE Mickey Shuler / 214
Cincinnati / C/G Reggie Stephens / 228
Indianapolis / DT Ricardo Mathews / 238
Indianapolis / LB Kavell Conner / 240
Indianapolis / CB Ray Fisher / 246
New England / DT Kade Weston / 248
New England / QB Zac Robinson / 250
Oakland / S Stevie Brown / 251
*Chicago / RB Harvey Unga
*Dallas / DT Joshua Price-Brent

*Supplemental draft selection

(22 teams have rookies and veterans reporting on the same day)

July 23: Cleveland rookies.
July 24: Dallas all.
July 25: New England rookies, San Diego rookies.
July 26: Baltimore rookies, Denver rookies, Philadelphia rookies.
July 27: None.
July 28: Baltimore veterans, Carolina all, Cincinnati all, New England veterans, Oakland all, St. Louis rookies.
July 29: Atlanta all, Buffalo all, Jacksonville all, Kansas City all, New Orleans all, N.Y. Jets rookies, Philadelphia veterans, Seattle rookies, Washington all.
July 30: Arizona all, Chicago all, Cleveland veterans, Detroit all, Green Bay all, Houston all, Miami all, Minnesota all, Pittsburgh all, St. Louis veterans, San Diego veterans, San Francisco rookies, Seattle veterans, Tampa Bay all.
July 31: Denver veterans, San Francisco veterans, Tennessee all.
August 1: Indianapolis all, N.Y. Giants all, N.Y. Jets veterans.

Howard Balzer is the Senior NFL Writer for The Sports Xchange and covers the NFL and the Rams for the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.

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