The NFL draft has come and gone without any CFL draft prospects getting selected.

There have been a number of undrafted free agent signings and mini-camp invites, however, so we at 3DownNation thought it would be handy to create a tracker for such things.

Below is all the NFL-related movement surrounding this year’s CFL draft prospects. The tracker will be kept up-to-date up to and beyond the CFL draft on Thursday, May 2.

Laval defensive end Mathieu Betts signs with Chicago Bears.

UBC quarterback Michael O’Connor accepts mini-camp invite with Seattle Seahawks.

Arkansas State receiver Justin McInnis accepts mini-camp invite with Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans.

Boise State quarterback Brett Rypien signs with Denver Broncos. Rypien is not yet eligible for the CFL draft because he has not gained his Canadian citizenship.

Concordia offensive lineman Maurice Simba accepts mini-camp invite with Kansas City Chiefs.

New Mexico receiver Brayden Lenius-Dickey accepts mini-camp invite with San Francisco 49ers.

Windsor offensive lineman Drew Desjarlais accepts mini-camp invitations from New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Wilfrid Laurier defensive end Robbie Smith accepts mini-camp invitation from New York Giants and adds another from the Buffalo Bills.

Queen’s receiver Chris Osei-Kusi accepts mini-camp invitation from the Cleveland Browns.

Kansas University offensive lineman Alex Fontana accepts mini-camp invitation from the Kansas City Chiefs.

Speedy University of Manitoba Bisons receiver Shai Ross accepts mini-camp invitation from the New York Giants.

Big man Samuel Thomassin will be attending the New York Giants’ mini-camp.

York receiver and special teams demon Nikola Kalinic will attend the Buffalo Bills upcoming mini-camp.

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