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Cowboys sit out 2019 supplemental draft, no safety help coming

Cowboys sit out 2019 supplemental draft, no safety help coming

It's usually due to an eligibility issue that puts their upcoming season in question. The NCAA ruled Thompson ineligible for his senior season because of a rules violation. It's doubtful, since GM Dave Gettleman is aggressive and probably would have selected Thompson earlier in the draft if he really coveted him. It's better that they keep that draft capital for the future as they build and reinforce the team through the 2020 National Football League draft. In the fifth round, the @AZCardinals selected DB Jalen Thompson from Washington State. The Arizona Cardinals entered a fifth-round bid on the defensive back and won his rights.

Some were predicting a team would use a second- or third-round pick on Thompson.

It's been a good while since the Raiders made a pick in the supplemental draft.

Four other players entered the supplemental draft but were not selected - West Virginia wide receiver Marcus Simms, Syracuse linebacker Shyheim Cullen, St. Francis defensive back Bryant Perry and junior college tight end Devonaire Clarington.

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The Giants will still have eight draft picks in the 2020 NFL Draft and are expected to be awarded at least one compensatory selection after losing safety Landon Collins in free agency.

Pauline reported Monday that the Packers were one of the teams most interested in Thompson, who started 39 games over the last three seasons at Washington State.

Arizona has undergone one of the fastest roster overhauls I can remember under new head coach Kliff Kingsbury, and Thompson brings more versatile talent to what's quickly become an underrated secondary and safety group. Thompson was a three-year starter for the Cougars who picked off six passes and forced five fumbles in his stint with the team. He primarily played as a slot cornerback, a role he filled in well.