The title of "Mr. Irrelevant" is reserved for the last player selected in the NFL Draft. Former NFL receiver and Newport Beach native Paul Salata founded the event, "Irrelevant Week", in 1976 to commemorate the last pick in the NFL Draft. The event includes a roast giving advice to the pick, a golf tournament, and a ceremony awarding him the "Lowsman" trophy. Here are some notable "Mr. Irrelevant's" throughout the NFL's history.
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