2012 NFL Supplemental Draft Results: Josh Gordon Selected In 2nd Round, Only Player Taken

The 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft has come and gone and former Baylor Bears wide receiver (at one point, also Utah Utes receiver) Josh Gordon was selected with the second pick of the second round by the Cleveland Browns on Thursday afternoon. He was the only player drafted.

Given the lottery nature of this draft and the blind bids, it is quite possible other teams submitted a second-round choice for Gordon, but with the Browns so high they beat out the Buffalo Bills twice for the receiver.

The Browns will be without their own second-round choice in the 2013 NFL Draft, surrendering it in compensation for Gordon.

Former Boise St. Broncos defensive back Quaylon Ewing was hoping to be selected, but now he will look to latch on with a team as an undrafted free agent, if at all. The Denver Broncos reportedly had been interested in Alabama A&M linebacker Larry Lumpkin, but they, like the rest of the league, decided not to spend a draft pick on him.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more comprehensive coverage, check out Broncos blog Mile High Report. And for more from around the NFL, visit SB Nation's NFL news hub.

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