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Cowboys Stay Out of Supplemental Draft

Dallas last landed a player in the supplemental draft back in 2010

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Cowboys Stay Out of Supplemental Draft

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As expected, the Dallas Cowboys did not get involved with the 2013 NFL Supplemental Draft.

The Cowboys last selected a player in the supplemental draft back in 2010, when they landed defensive tackle Josh Brent--and he was taken in the seventh round. Last year, they put in a fourth round bid on Baylor receiver Josh Gordon, but Cleveland went and scooped Gordon up in the second round.

On the table this year were UNLV defensive linemen James Boyd and Nate Holloway, Central Florida defensive end Toby Jackson, Purdue receiver O.J. Ross and South Alabama cornerback Damond Smith.

Players that aren’t selected, of course, are eligible to be picked up as free agents.

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