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Chiefs don’t make a selection in the NFL Supplemental Draft

The Kansas City Star

Clemson running back Adam Choice ran out of the backfield with blocking help from Isaiah Battle during a game last fall.
Clemson running back Adam Choice ran out of the backfield with blocking help from Isaiah Battle during a game last fall. The Associated Press

The Chiefs didn’t make a selection in Thursday’s NFL Supplemental Draft.

The St. Louis Rams made the only pick, selecting Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle in the fifth round. The Rams give up their fifth-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.

There were seven players eligible for the draft, including Kevin Short, who redshirted at Kansas for the 2013 season. He was dismissed from the Jayhawks before appearing in a game in 2014.

The last player selected in the NFL’s supplemental draft before this year was receiver Josh Gordon, who was picked by the Browns in 2012.

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