Up-to-date unsigned 2012 rookies

As players begin to report to their respective teams for mandatory training camps, there are still a number of rookies that have yet to sign with their teams, and as you know, if they’re not signed, they can’t report. Here’s an up-to-date list of this year’s rookies who have not yet signed with their team.

Cincinnati Bengals: Third-round DT Brandon Thompson (No. 93 overall)

Cleveland Browns: First-round RB Trent Richardson (No. 3 overall) and QB Brandon Weeden (No. 22 overall)

Denver Broncos: Second-round QB Brock Osweiler (No. 57 overall), third-round RB Ronnie Hillman (No. 67 overall)

Houston Texans: Third-round WR DeVier Posey (No. 68 overall) and OL Brandon Brooks (No. 76 overall)

Indianapolis Colts: Second-round TE Coby Fleener (No. 34 overall) and third-round TE Dwayne Allen (No. 64 overall)

Jacksonville Jaguars: First-round WR Justin Blackmon (No. 5 overall) and third-round P Bryan Anger (No. 70 overall)

Kansas City Chiefs: First-round DT Dontari Poe (No. 11 overall)

Miami Dolphins: First-round QB Ryan Tannehill (No. 8 overall), third-round DE Olivier Vernon (No. 72 overall) and TE Michael Egnew (No. 73 overall)

Minnesota Vikings: First-round LT Matt Kalil (No. 4 overall) and third-round CB Josh Robinson (No. 66 overall)

Oakland Raiders: Third-round OL Tony Bergstrom (No. 95 overall) and fifth-round WR Juron Criner (No. 168 overall)

Pittsburgh Steelers: First-round G David DeCastro (No. 24 overall)

St. Louis Rams: Second-round CB Janoris Jenkins (No. 39 overall) and third-round DT Trumaine Johnson (No. 65 overall)

Tennessee Titans: First-round WR Kendall Wright (No. 20 overall)

Shane Clemons

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Shane Clemons came from humble beginnings creating his own Jaguars blog before moving on to SBNation as a featured writer for the Jaguars. He then moved to Bloguin where he briefly covered the AFC South before taking over Bloguin's Jaguars blog. Since the inception of This Given Sunday, Shane has served as an editor for the site, doing his best not to mess up a good thing.

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