The 2017 Supplemental Draft was held on Wednesday and all 32 teams declined to take either of the two eligible prospects — Georgia Military DE Tavares Bingham and Western New Mexico RB Marques Rodgers.
The NFL Supplemental Draft has concluded. There were no players selected.
— Michael Signora (@NFLfootballinfo) July 12, 2017
This means that Bingham and Rodgers are now free agents and can sign with a team of their own choosing.
The last player taken in the Supplemental draft was OT Isaiah Battle by the Rams in the fifth-round of the 2015 supplemental draft. After two years in Los Angeles, Battle signed a future/reserve contract with the Chiefs this past January.
At Georga Military College, Bingham recorded 12 tackles, six tackles for a loss, three sacks, and a blocked kick over the course of six games.
Rodgers rushed for 1,352 yards on 217 carries and scored 10 touchdowns over the course of 11 games back in 2015. He also caught 61 passes for 638 yards receiving and four touchdowns that season while adding 123 punt return yards.