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Chandler HarnishHe was the final pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, selected 253rd overall by the Indianapolis Colts, becoming Mr. Irrelevant 2012. Harnish was the starting quarterback for the Northern Illinois Huskies of college football before this year's NFL Draft.
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Bill KenneyThe 333rd pick of the 1978 draft belonged to the Dolphins. They cut Kenney but he went on to become the Kansas City Chiefs' starting quarterback. After a decent NFL career he went into politics. In 2001, Bill Kenney became the majority floor leader of the Missouri Senate.
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Ryan SuccopThe last pick in 2009 made the NFL All-Rookie Team the same year. He is the Chiefs starting kicker. At the end of the 2011 season, Succop signed a 5 year contract extension worth $14 million, which includes $2 million in guaranteed salary and $675,000 in incentives if Succop makes a Pro Bowl and the Chiefs make the playoffs every season of his contract.
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Matt ElliottElliott was chosen by the Washington Redskins with the 336th (and final) selection in the 1992 NFL Draft, giving him the designation of Mr. Irrelevant. Despite that moniker, Elliott played 16 games for the Redskins as a rookie in 1992. A knee injury forced him to miss the 1993 season and he was cut during training camp in 1994.
In 1995 he signed with the Carolina Panthers and started 32 games for the team in three seasons.
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Kelvin KirkThe very first Mr. Irrelevant. The WR from Dayton was picked 487th overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers. He went on to have a fairly decent career in the Canadian Football League.
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