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Supplemental Picks Face Tough Road

Should any of the eight prospects available in Thursday's supplemental draft be chosen, they already will have defied the laws of probability. They face much steeper odds, though, when it comes to having a productive NFL career.

"It's a catch-up game all the way," said Chicago running back Harvey Unga, taken by the Bears in the seventh round of the 2010 supplemental draft, but yet to appear in a game because of injuries and personal reasons. "No matter how good a learner you are, you have to work so hard to get caught up." Any player chosen Thursday will have missed all of his new team's offseason OTAs and minicamps... Recommended Stories

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