Picked in rounds 6 and 7 imo. Still a longshot for anyone taken late or via free agency but teams are less likely to give up early on a guy they actually drafted. Draft picks are important and even more-so when they are part of a bigger deal. Bigger deal draft picks like this year. The Titans got a bunch of picks from the Rams to get the first spot. One of those picks was Kalan Reed taken in the 7th round. They'll hang onto him as long as possible because if they just cut him it reduces the value of the big trade. Much easier to pay a free agent a $4K bonus and then cut him. Plenty of 6th and 7th round guys end up on practices squads and make around $90K.
Tend to think the picking your own team via free agency is overrated. These guys get to pick from a couple of offers and most of them are so down/distraught after not getting drafted they sign with the first team that calls. 20 year old kids went from thinking they might be millionaires to not getting drafted and then agreeing to a $4k singing bonus with a shot at the roster or scout team. They jump on it!!!