The NFL supplemental draft, originally scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed.

According to the NFL Network, all 32 teams were notified of the postponement and will be made aware when a new date has been set.

The greatest significance of the postponement will be how it affects quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who has not yet been ruled eligible, according to the NFL Network.

The supplemental draft is held for players who missed the filing deadline for the regular draft or who have college eligibility issues.

Pryor left Ohio State in June in the wake of head coach Jim Tressel's resignation, having been at the center of the scandal that forced Tressel to leave.

He received improper benefits for selling awards and other memorabilia in 2009, and would have been forced to sit out the first five games of the 2011 season as punishment from the NCAA.

Pryor then rebuffed an offer to play in the CFL, and signed on with high- powered agent Drew Rosenhaus.

He was a dynamic player at Ohio State, leading the Buckeyes to a 31-4 record overall as the starter in three years. He posted 6,177 passing yards with 57 touchdowns and 26 interceptions, adding 2,164 rushing yards with 17 more scores.