Cowboys pass on supplemental draft

July, 11, 2013
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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys did not select any of the six players eligible for today's NFL’s supplemental draft.

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UCF defensive end Toby Jackson, Houston wide receiver DeWayne Peace, Purdue wide receiver O.J. Ross, South Alabama cornerback Damond Smith and two UNLV defensive linemen -- James Boyd and Nate Holloway -- were available to be selected, but no team made a pick.

Last year the Cowboys used a fourth-round pick for wide receiver Josh Gordon, who was selected in the second round by Cleveland. In 2010, the Cowboys selected defensive tackle Josh Brent in the seventh round.

It is possible the Cowboys could look at one or two of the prospects as free agents. To sign one, the Cowboys would have to release a player to remain at the 90-man limit.

Todd Archer

ESPN Dallas Cowboys reporter

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