Not a year goes by where countless college players with pro football aspirations, find themselves undrafted.
Many wind up in training camps around the league as Unrestricted Free Agents, some wind up on preseason rosters, and some even make the active gameday roster.
Others go to the Canadian Football League, some go to developmental leagues, and some give up their dreams, seemingly disappearing off the face of the Earth.
Every once in a while though, a player slips through the cracks of the draft and makes a splash into the NFL. Star players like Kurt Warner, Adam Vinatieri, Jeff Saturday, Pat Williams, James Harrison, and Antonio Gates.
Even active Cleveland Browns cornerstones like Josh Cribbs, Phil Dawson, and Hank Fraley were passed up seven ti ...
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