The 2012 NFL draft turned a number of college stars into undrafted free agents, as they're now left to fight for their NFL lives. Undrafted rookies are fueled with motivation given the fact that NFL teams passed them up 253 times. Some of these players' stocks dipped because of their own misguided decisions. Others have been told their whole lives that they were too small, slow and clumsy to ever make anything of themselves when it comes to playing on Sunday.
With the 2012 NFL draft coming to an end this past weekend, we saw all 32 teams swarm the free-agent market targeting undrafted rookie free agents left and right. Unfortunately, most of these players likely won't be making a roster ... Read Post
The 2012 NFL draft has come and gone, leaving only undrafted free agents and veteran free agents as potential adds for teams before training camp begins. While a number of names remain attractive for some teams, several others shoul... Read Post
No one wants to go undrafted, but it’s not a death sentence to an NFL hopeful’s career. Forty-nine undrafted free agents ( UDFAs ) from the 2013 NFL draft made rosters last year, according to NFL.com’s Gil Brandt. From a 2014 draft ... Read Post