In a normal offseason, an undrafted player would have a fair chance to make an NFL roster. In fact, the NFL's leading rusher in 2010, Arian Foster, went undrafted after the 2009 NFL draft. Being an undrafted player is not always the end of the world.
But in a lockout-shortened offseason, just making it through camp might be tough for undrafted rookies who haven't worked out with teammates all offseason.
Of the 300 undrafted free agents signed this year, which have the best chance to make an NFL roster?
We break down the 50 players with the best shot to make an NFL roster. These are not the best 50 free agents signed, by far, just the players in the best position to make a roster.