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Monday, August 22, 2011

NFL 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft today!

With all the news lately on "ohio's" QB Terrelle Pryor I thought I would give everyone an update on his status. Today the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft will take place. The 2011 supplemental draft was originally scheduled for August 17th but was postponed and it is now scheduled to take place on Monday, August 22nd at 1:00 PM.
 

Update: The have chosen Terrelle Pryor in the third round of the Supplemental Draft, and will forfeit their third rounder next April. No one else was taken!




Here are the players eligible for this year's supplemental draft:
Player School
Terrelle Pryor(QB) Ohio State
Caleb King (RB) Georgia
Mike McAdoo (DE) North Carolina
Torez Jones (DB) Western Carolina
Tracy Wilson (DB) Northern Illinois
Keenan Mace (DE) Lindenwood


The draft order is set by way of a weighted system that divides the league's teams into three groups:  A) teams with fewer than six wins; B) non-playoff teams with more than six wins; and then C) the playoff teams.
Teams from Group A are then weighted, with the team with the worst record having a weighted advantage over the team with the second-worst record, which has a weighted advantage over the team with the third-worst record, and on down the line. Using the weighted system, teams are chosen from within Group A and put in draft order.
The process is repeated for Groups B and C, as well.
While the order has not yet been determined, here are the teams in each group:
Group A Group B Group C
Carolina Panthers Miami Dolphins Seattle Seahawks
Buffalo Bills St. Louis Rams Green Bay Packers
Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars Indianapolis Colts
Denver Broncos Oakland Raiders Kansas City Chiefs
Arizona Cardinals San Diego Chargers Philadelphia Eagles
Cleveland Browns New York Giants Chicago Bears
Dallas Cowboys Tampa Bay Buccaneers New Orleans Saints
Houston Texans New York Jets
Minnesota Vikings Baltimore Ravens
San Francisco 49ers Pittsburgh Steelers
Detroit Lions Atlanta Falcons
Tennessee Titans New England Patriots
Washington Redskins