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By Matt Vensel | July 9, 2012
The NFL will hold its annual supplemental draft on Thursday . Eight players are eligible to be selected. The draft will be conducted electronically, with NFL teams essentially submitting bids for any players they covet. The team that offers the highest pick gets the player, and they surrender a corresponding pick in the 2013 draft. Quarterback Bernie Kosar, linebacker Brian Bosworth and wide receiver Chris Carter are three of the most noteworthy players to have been selected in the supplemental draft.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 11, 2013
The Chesapeake Bayhawks selected midfielder Cameron Holding (Grand Valley State) second overall in the Major League Lacrosse supplemental draft Wednesday afternoon. The Bayhawks received the pick, as well as the 28th overall selection, in a trade immediately before the draft. As part of the multi-team deal, the Bayhawks sent midfielder Kevin Cooper (Archbishop Spalding, Maryland) and faceoff specialist Matt Dolente (Johns Hopkins) to the New York Lizards; also, All-Star defenseman Kyle Hartzell (Salisbury, CCBC-Essex)
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June 12, 2011
He's a mystery man Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune Terrelle Pryor is a total wild card in the NFL's supplemental draft. Most teams have no use for him because he is an unconventional quarterback who is inconsistent as a decision maker and a thrower. A few teams might fall in love with his athleticism and define him to be a poor man's Cam Newton. Another handful might project him to be a wide receiver. It's difficult to imagine Pryor being taken before the third round of the draft or after the fifth.
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By Matt Vensel | November 1, 2012
When the Ravens last played the Cleveland Browns, Browns rookie wide receiver Josh Gordon played just 30 snaps, fewer than fellow rookie Travis Benjamin and little-used veteran wide receiver Jordan Norwood. With just one catch for 16 yards in a Ravens win, Gordon didn't look like a receiver who was poised to break out. But in his next four games, Gordon caught 10 passes for 286 yards and four touchdowns. With 17 catches for 379 yards in his rookie year, he leads all qualifying players with an average of 22.3 yards per reception.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2012
The Chesapeake Bayhawks strengthened their offense with attackman Grant Kaleikau as their first pick (16th overall) in Wednesday's Major League Lacrosse supplemental draft. Unlike most other teams in the league, the Bayhawks acquired an offensive-heavy total of 15 players during the draft, which was conducted by the MLL general managers and coaches via conference call, including J.P. Dalton (St. Mary's), who won the 2012 NCAA championship with Loyola. Kaleikau, a Germantown native who played at Delaware, was selected by Bayhawks with the 27th overall pick in the 2012 Collegiate Draft but was not protected at the end of last season.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 29, 2007
After two seasons playing for Maryland's football team, offensive lineman Jared Gaither announced his decision to enter the NFL's supplemental draft in July. Gaither's decision came shortly after being declared academically ineligible for the Terps' 2007 season. "This was a decision I came to after sitting down with my family and reviewing my academic situation," Gaither said in a statement released yesterday. "I felt my best option now was to enter the supplement draft, though I would like to come back and get my degree."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1995
Maryland quarterback Scott Milanovich, facing an eight-game suspension for violating the NCAA rule against gambling on intercollegiate athletics, won't further jeopardize his eligibility if he seeks to play in the NFL.Ordinarily, a player who declares himself for the NFL draft forfeits his remaining eligibility, according to NCAA rules.However, David Berst, the NCAA Director of Enforcement who works with the administrative review committee, told the Washington Post that the NCAA had granted Maryland's request for a waiver in Milanovich's case, pending his appeal of the length of the suspension.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | July 12, 1995
If Scott Milanovich decides to pass on his three-game senior season at Maryland, he has options and precedents in his favor.There is the NFL's supplemental draft for players with special circumstances.There is the Canadian Football League for players who don't meet NFL specifications.Then there are Cris Carter and Darren Mickell. Former college players who had eligibility problems after a supplemental draft had already been held, they entered the NFL via a second supplemental draft.Carter, a wide receiver at Ohio State, was declared ineligible in the summer of 1987 after it was discovered that he took money from an agent and after the NFL had held a supplemental draft for Oklahoma's Brian Bosworth.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | July 17, 1995
The NCAA may have waived a rule to allow Scott Milanovich to enter the supplemental draft, but it's a moot point to the NFL.NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said yesterday that players must renounce their collegiate eligibility when they apply for the draft. The NCAA has a similar rule, but it reportedly has been waived for Milanovich while the Maryland senior quarterback appeals an eight-game gambling suspension.Milanovich's father yesterday reiterated that his son will wait until after his appeal is heard by the NCAA eligibility committee -- possibly this week -- to decide about the draft.
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By Matt Vensel | June 8, 2011
Suspended five games for breaking NCAA rules by accepting improper benefits from a tattoo parlor and perhaps facing further punishment for other misdeeds, embattled Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor announced through his attorney Tuesday that he would not play for the Buckeyes this upcoming season. Pryor is eyeing entry to the NFL through the supplemental draft -- the same route Maryland’s Jared Gaither took to the Ravens in 2007 -- but labor uncertainty could lead him to the Canadian Football League first.
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By Everett Cook and The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2012
Each morning, Monday through Friday, we'll hook you up with some reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday. ** Orioles closer Jim Johnson made his first All-Star team after a long journey through the minor leagues . ** According to a Louisiana newspaper, the Orioles' top draft pick, Kevin Gausman, a right-hander from LSU, is considering going back to school. The club says they are still in negotiations with the young pitcher . ** Peter Schmuck gives out his midseason grades for the Orioles . ** Ed Reed would like the Ravens to know that he is comfortable at home .  ** WWE and TNA are using different styles to build their upcoming events . ** The NFL holds its supplemental draft on Thursday . ** Prince Fielder won the Home Run Derby for the second time in his career last night in Kansas City.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2012
Lawyers representing the NCAA have filed a brief supporting the dismissal of a lawsuit that Ravens linebacker Michael McAdoo filed after the NCAA declared him ineligible for academic fraud and impermissible benefits while he was at the University of North Carolina. This, according to a report from The Charlotte Observer . After he was suspended indefinitely, McAdoo sued the NCAA, the university and UNC chancellor Holden Thorp in July 2011. The lawsuit was dismissed in November, but McAdoo appealed to the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
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By Matt Vensel | July 9, 2012
The NFL will hold its annual supplemental draft on Thursday . Eight players are eligible to be selected. The draft will be conducted electronically, with NFL teams essentially submitting bids for any players they covet. The team that offers the highest pick gets the player, and they surrender a corresponding pick in the 2013 draft. Quarterback Bernie Kosar, linebacker Brian Bosworth and wide receiver Chris Carter are three of the most noteworthy players to have been selected in the supplemental draft.
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Sports Digest | June 30, 2012
Et cetera St. Mary's College alum Rogalski to coach Lafayette Men's college lacrosse: Jim Rogalski has been named coach at Lafayette. Rogalski most recently coached Scranton. He previously worked as an assistant at Drexel, Washington & Lee, Goucher, Western New England and St. Mary's, his alma mater. Towson: Former soccer players Todd Hicks and Tina Steck (Mercy), former All-America defensive end Andrew Hollingsworth and shortstop Lisa Pollock are this year's inductees into the Towson University Athletics Hall of Fame.
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By Matt Vensel | June 1, 2012
Besides seeing limited action in a pair of preseason games last summer, Michael McAdoo hasn't played a meaningful game in nearly three years. After going undrafted in the 2011 supplemental draft, he was signed by the Ravens as a rookie free agent, but the outside linebacker spent the season on injured reserve. And in two seasons at North Carolina before the NCAA suspended him, McAdoo made just 29 tackles and three sacks. No wonder McAdoo, who is just 21, shot me a confused look Wednesday when I told him that I get more questions from Ravens fans about him than maybe any other player besides Ray Rice or Joe Flacco.
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By Matt Vensel | April 17, 2012
The Ravens are the only team to have made the playoffs in each of the past four seasons. That's a credit to G.M. Ozzie Newsome, who has given coach John Harbaugh enough talent to mold this team into a contender. As we close in on the 2012 NFL draft, we'll take a look at how the Ravens have fared in recent drafts. It's too soon to give a fair evaluation from the 2010 and 2011 classes, but three years of NFL service time is enough for us to grade their 2007 , 2008 and 2009 classes.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 11, 1999
Since they are not exactly well-stocked at the position, the Ravens could use a wide receiver like Peter Warrick. But even if the Florida State junior makes himself eligible for the NFL's supplemental draft, the Ravens stand a slim chance of landing the Seminoles star.Rumors began circulating recently that Warrick, whom league sources say would have been a top 10 pick in the April 17 draft, was considering entering the supplemental draft in mid-July. Warrick has since reiterated to reporters in Tallahassee that he will remain at Florida State to play his senior season.
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By Everett Cook and The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2012
Each morning, Monday through Friday, we'll hook you up with some reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday. ** Orioles closer Jim Johnson made his first All-Star team after a long journey through the minor leagues . ** According to a Louisiana newspaper, the Orioles' top draft pick, Kevin Gausman, a right-hander from LSU, is considering going back to school. The club says they are still in negotiations with the young pitcher . ** Peter Schmuck gives out his midseason grades for the Orioles . ** Ed Reed would like the Ravens to know that he is comfortable at home .  ** WWE and TNA are using different styles to build their upcoming events . ** The NFL holds its supplemental draft on Thursday . ** Prince Fielder won the Home Run Derby for the second time in his career last night in Kansas City.
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Sports Digest | April 12, 2012
Major League Lacrosse Bayhawks acquire Dailey from Cannons The Chesapake Bayhawks acquired former Stevenson and Winters Mill star Jimmy Dailey from the Boston Cannons on Wednesday in exchange for a 2013 fifth-round supplemental draft pick. In other moves, the Bayhawks released attackman Trevor Moore , a 10th-round supplemental draft pick out of Robert Morris last year, and traded goalie Johnny Rodriguez (Salisbury) to the Ohio Machine for a 2013 supplemental pick.
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