The NFL released its compensation picks for the 2018 NFL draft, and as expected the Patriots got one. A team who loses more or better compensatory free agents than it acquires in the previous year is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks.
In addition to the second pick in the fourth round, the compensatory pick will also allow the Giants to have the 35th selection in the fourth round, which is the No. 135 pick overall.
Green Bay lost the following free agents in 2017: Jared Cook, Micah Hyde, Eddie Lacy, T.J. Lang, Julius Peppers, and J.C. Tretter. Both the Bengals and Packers are receiving the maximum of four compensatory picks as are Dallas and Oakland.
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The Cleveland Browns already own 12 draft picks this year. Arizona received the highest compensatory pick at No. 97 overall. The Cardinals also got a fourth-round pick (for Tony Jefferson) and a seventh-rounder, while the Texans received two sixth-rounders.
The total of four third-round picks awarded marks a major departure from 2017, in which 11 such selections were given.
With the last seventh-round pick awarded (No. 256 overall), the Atlanta Falcons hold the final pick of the 2018 draft and the right to select Mr. The year prior, safeties Justin Simmons (No. 98) and Will Parks (No. 219), as well as running back Devontae Booker (No. 136) were taken with compensatory picks. Irrelevant, unless they trade the pick.
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