Eagles Get One Comp Pick

The Eagles were awarded one Compensatory Pick, a 7th rounder.  This is based on last year’s free agent transactions.

The Eagles now have:

7th – from Cleveland in David Sims trade
7th – from Tampa in Benn trade
7th – Comp pick

Cool note from Adam Caplan:

“Since 1994: Ravens are leading the way with 37 comp picks. Packers-31. Cowboys, Eagles, and Titans with 30.”

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5 Responses to Eagles Get One Comp Pick

  1. bridgecoach says:

    Don’t we have 4 picks in the 7th now? 9 total picks?

    Rd 1: 4th
    Rd 2: 3rd
    Rd 3: 5th
    Rd 4: 4th
    Rd 5: 3rd
    Rd 6: none
    Rd 7: 4th (reg pick), 6th (from Browns), 24th (from Bucs via Bears), 33rd (comp)

    • bridgecoach says:

      Do we actually have 5 picks in the seventh round???

      4 – normal pick
      6 – from Browns (D.Sims)
      20 – from Bucs (A.Benn)
      24 – from Colts (Fokou and Lloyd)
      33 – compensatory

      • wahaxwah says:

        No, they do not. The Indianapolis deal was contingent on Fokou and Lloyd both making the Colts roster. Fokou did , but Lloyd did not. Info gleaned from various sources.

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  3. mark_in_jax says:

    Having extra 7th round picks is great for us because we spend lots of $$ on scouts and scouting compared to many other teams. Terrific time to select “UDFA types” with no competition for next to no extra $. It doesn’t take many Bryce Browns or Havilis or Colemans or Chaneys or Fokous or Dunlaps to see the value of those picks just in the last 5 years. Getting 1 of those solid role players per year “on the cheap” helps supply the cap room to pay the stars.

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