Compensatory picks revealed

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    Compensatory picks revealed

    Compensatory picks revealed

    The Cincinnati Bengals were the big winners when the NFL awarded compensatory picks Monday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. 

    Cincinnati was one of three teams to get a third-round compensatory pick (No. 96) and received the only fourth-round pick (No. 131) to boot.  T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Stacy Andrews, and Eric Ghiaciuc were among the players to leave the Bengals last offseason.

    Tennessee and Atlanta also got extra picks in the third round.

    Here is the full list of compensatory picks awarded according to Schefter, with the overall pick next to each:

    Round 3

    Cincinnati -- 96
    Tennessee -- 97
    Atlanta -- 98

    Round 4

    Cincinnati -- 131

    Round 5

    Pittsburgh -- 164
    Atlanta -- 165
    Pittsburgh -- 166
    Minnesota -- 167
    San Diego -- 168
    Green Bay -- 169

    Round 6

    Carolina -- 202
    Jacksonville -- 203
    Carolina -- 204
    New England -- 205
    San Francisco -- 206
    Tennessee -- 207

    Round 7 

    Indianapolis -- 240 
    Tennessee -- 241 
    Pittsburgh -- 242
    Philadelphia -- 243
    Philadelphia -- 244
    Seattle -- 245
    Indianapolis -- 246
    New England -- 247 
    New England -- 248 
    Carolina -- 249 
    New England -- 250 
    Oakland -- 251
    Miami -- 252 
    Tampa Bay -- 253
    St. Louis -- 254
    Detroit -- 255

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/03/22/compensatory-picks-revealed/#more

     
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    Re: Compensatory picks revealed

    NE's own 6th and 7th, as well as philly's pick in NE possession are certainly in plan for trading up....they definetly do not need 2 6ths and 5 7ths worth of players.
     
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    NE's own 6th and 7th, as well as philly's pick in NE possession are certainly in plan for trading up....they definetly do not need 2 6ths and 5 7ths worth of players.
    Posted by adam4522
    Those seventh round picks aren't worth much but you could use them as chips in a trade. Just a matter of finding a taker..
     
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    Re: Compensatory picks revealed

    Well with all those extra late round picks gives them the opportunity to take a chance on a prospect or hopefully grab one of those good punters out there.  Hansen has to go.
     
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    Re: Compensatory picks revealed

    In Response to Re: Compensatory picks revealed:
    They can't trade their compensatory picks. So, they'd have to trade both of their own say 6th or 7ths as a duo to move up. It's possible. I'd like for them to work something like that to acquire a 3rd from someone and then flip it to Oakland for MLB Kirk Morrison.
    Posted by russgriswold



    Would a 4th, 6th, and 2 7th's get them a 3rd?  I'd go for A solid starting experienced LB for those picks for sure.
     

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