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2015 Compensation Picks

Discussion in 'Wait, Who???' started by E5 Yaz, Mar 24, 2015.

  1. E5 Yaz

    E5 Yaz Transcends message boarding Lifetime Member SoSH Member

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    Patyriots get earliest of all comp picks:
     
    The NFL announced the full list Monday night, at the conclusion of the day’s business at the owners meetings. Here’s a look at the full list, with round and overall pick number:
    3-97, New England
    3-98, Kansas City
    3-99, Cincinnati
    4-132,  San Francisco
    4-133, Denver
    4-134, Seattle
    4-135, Cincinnati
    4-136, Baltimore
    5-169, Carolina
    5-170, Seattle
    5-171, Baltimore
    5-172, Kansas City
    5-173, Kansas City
    5-174, Houston
    5-175, Baltimore
    6-208, Denver
    6-209, Seattle
    6-210, Green Bay
    6-211, Houston
    6-212, Green Bay
    6-213, Carolina
    6-214, Seattle
    6-215, St. Louis
    6-216, Houston
    6-217, Kansas City
    7-250, Denver
    7-251, Denver
    7-252, Pittsburgh
    7-253, New England
    7-254, San Francisco
    7-255, Indianapolis
    7-256, Arizona
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/03/23/ravens-bengals-clean-up-on-compensatory-picks/
     
  2. E5 Yaz

    E5 Yaz Transcends message boarding Lifetime Member SoSH Member

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  3. Ferm Sheller

    Ferm Sheller Member SoSH Member

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    So, essentially a year of Revis (and a Super Bowl victory) and the #97 overall draft choice for Talib?  Me likey.  (Me lovey, actually.)
     
  4. Ferm Sheller

    Ferm Sheller Member SoSH Member

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    Also, FWIW, this gives NE back-to-back picks in Round 3.  (#96 and #97 overall.)
     
  5. Devizier

    Devizier Member SoSH Member

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    Revis is probably going to yield a third round compensation pick as well, right?
     
  6. Joshv02

    Joshv02 Member SoSH Member

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    And #101 at the start of round 4 (for Mankins).
     
     
    It wasn't entirely like this because NE resigned Talib for 2013 (which gave rise to the comp), but they basically traded:
     
    2013 #126 pick (NE 4th)
    -for-
    2012 Talib, 2013 # 226 pick (TB 7th), 2015 #97 pick.
     
    That's a good trade.
     
  7. RedOctober3829

    RedOctober3829 Member SoSH Member

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    Pats will get #97 or #98 next year for losing Revis.  Lions will get the other pick for losing Suh.
     
  8. soxfan121

    soxfan121 JAG Lifetime Member SoSH Member

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    Revis's contract did not expire; his option was declined and he was released - no pick.
     
  9. Papelbon's Poutine

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  10. soxfan121

    soxfan121 JAG Lifetime Member SoSH Member

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  11. Papelbon's Poutine

    Papelbon's Poutine Homeland Security SoSH Member

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    I did too until I read that.

    Would Browner fall under the same circumstances or was his bonus of a different variety?
     
  12. nazz45

    nazz45 Member SoSH Member

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  13. pappymojo

    pappymojo Member SoSH Member

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    For signing Sheard the Patriots probably will not get a compensation pick for Browner.
     
  14. tmracht

    tmracht lurker

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    Correct, currently they are in line for a 3rd and up to 3 6th rounders (Revis, Wilfork, Vereen, Ayers).
     

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