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No players were selected in Thursday's supplemental draft, leaving the six eligible players free to sign as a free agent with interested teams.
The news was announced by NFL vice president of communications Michael Signora on Twitter.
Supplemental Draft has concluded. No players were selected. The players eligible are now free agents & may be signed by any club.— Michael Signora (@NFLfootballinfo) July 11, 2013
Four defensive players -- defensive end James Boyd and defensive tackle Nate Holloway, both from UNLV, Central Florida defensive end Toby Jackson and South Alabama defensive back Damond Smith -- and two receivers -- Houston's DeWayne Peace and Purdue's O.J. Ross -- were eligible to be selected.
Receiver Josh Gordon was the only player selected in the supplemental draft last year, by the Cleveland Browns, which used a second-round pick to acquire him.