As the end of the lockout grows nearer and nearer by the hour, NFL fans are preparing themselves for a very active time of free agency, trades, and offseason workouts. However, a couple of players are being left in limbo as everything currently stands. Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor is among a couple of players who have declared they would be eligible for the NFL’s supplemental draft process, one which no one has really any idea of when it could or will happen.
A few attempts to get in touch with the “experts” have failed, so the picture is still not clear as to when a supplemental draft could take place. Obviously, that is not of paramount importance to the league right now, and it will likely be taken care of sooner rather than later.
Still, it has to be annoying for a guy like Pryor who has no idea what his future holds. If there is no supplemental draft, does he become a free agent? It’s all a very muddled process right now, but there should be some clarity when a new CBA is reached, and that deal could come in the next couple of days.