NFL Supplemental Draft Results 2011: Terrelle Pryor To Raiders, Caleb King Not Picked

The 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft has arrived, and it is already gone. Did you feel it? You did not. Everything went exactly according to plan. The Oakland Raiders picked Terrelle Pryor with a third round pick, and nothing else happened.

Caleb King, former Georgia Bulldogs RB, didn't have any takers, and thank the good Lord the Atlanta Falcons didn't spend any draft picks on any of these gentlemen.

What's King's next option? Well, there are other pro football leagues.

On a side note, you have to like the comedy of AFC West quarterbacks right now. Pryor joins Philip Rivers, Ricky Stanzi, Brodie Croyle, Tim Tebow, Kyle Orton and Brady Quinn and probably some other guys in the hands-down funniest quarterback division in football. It may be the funniest quarterback division in NFL history. The Broncos alone give the division the advantage, but there's not a team here that's not pulling its weight.

For more UGA football, head to Dawg Sports.

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