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2019 NFL Supplemental Draft comes and goes without an Eagles pick


NCAA FOOTBALL: OCT 22 Washington State at Arizona State Photo by Kevin French/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The 2019 NFL Supplemental Draft is now over (before you may have even realized it begun) and one player was selected. The Arizona Cardinals selected Washington State safety Jalen Thompson in the fifth round.

The Philadelphia Eagles opted not to use one of the nine picks they’re projected to own in the 2019 NFL Draft. No surprise here since the Eagles haven’t made a pick in the NFL Supplemental Draft since they selected Cris Carter back in 1987.

The players who didn’t get drafted today include: West Virginia wide receiver Marcus Simms, Syracuse linebacker Shyheim Cullen, Northland tight end Devonaire Clarington, and St. Francis defensive back Bryant Perry. These undrafted rookie free agents are now free to sign with any NFL team, including the Eagles. Simms is reportedly signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Now that the NFL Supplemental Draft is over, there’s really nothing else scheduled to take place on the league calendar until Eagles training camp starts in two weeks on July 24. Then we’ll finally have some real news to talk about!



1st round

2nd round

3rd round

(3rd round - projected compensatory pick)

4th round

(4th round - projected compensatory pick)

5th round

5th round (from New England Patriots)

7th round (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

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