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gunslinger7


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:53 am    Post subject: Compensatory Picks Reply with quote

With the loss of Moreno, Ayers, Champ, DRC etc.. which all were originally first round picks, will we see some comp picks next year? Not sure how that all works?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2014 7:05 am    Post subject: Re: Compensatory Picks Reply with quote

gunslinger7 wrote:
With the loss of Moreno, Ayers, Champ, DRC etc.. which all were originally first round picks, will we see some comp picks next year? Not sure how that all works?


I don't think it has anything to do with them being first round picks. It has to do with production and if they leave as a FA.

We will have comp picks next year because we lost Beadles, Moreno, Ayers, Decker, DRC and some others. We gained Talib, Ward, Sanders. Ware doesn't count in the formula because he was released, not a FA.
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eddie mac


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2014 10:42 am    Post subject: Re: Compensatory Picks Reply with quote

gunslinger7 wrote:
With the loss of Moreno, Ayers, Champ, DRC etc.. which all were originally first round picks, will we see some comp picks next year? Not sure how that all works?


Comp picks are based on a ranking system from 1-32 based on the aav a player signs for moreso than production.

The last time I checked and this is based on annual average salary of the contract signed the Broncos would receive 4 comp picks.

My rankings

3a New England - Talib $9.5m
3b Kansas City - Albert $9.4m
3c Cincinnati - Johnson $8.75m

4a Denver - DRC $7m
4b SF 49ers - Whitner $7m
4c Baltimore - A Jones $6.6m
4d Seattle - G Tate $6.2m
4e Cincinnati - Collins $6m
4f Denver - Beadles $6m

5a Seattle - Browner - $5.05m
5b Baltimore - Oher $5m
5c Kansas City - Jackson $5m
5d Seattle - Giacomini $4.5m
5e Houston - A Smith $4.5m
5f Kansas City - Asamoah $4.5m
5g Kansas City - Schwartz $4.2m
5h Baltimore - Graham $4.075m
5i Pittsburgh - Hood $4m
5j Houston - Mitchell $4m

6a Carolina - Munnerlyn $3.75m
6b Green Bay - Dietrich-Smith $3.56m
6c Green Bay - James Jones $3.33m
6d Carolina - Ginn $3.25m
6e Houston - Tate $3.1m
6f Seattle - Thurmond $3m
6g Denver - Moreno $3m
6h Houston - Mays $3m
6i Seattle - McDonald $3m

7a New England - Blount $1.925m
7b Denver - Ayers $1.875m
7c SF 49ers - Dixon $1.166m
7d Minnesota - Guion $985k
7e Indianapolis - Linkenbach $900k
7f Indianapolis - Conner $900k
7g Pittsburgh - David Johnson $850k

In this scenario the final 3 selections would drop off because there's 35.

The above is just an estimate btw
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bobdevine


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2014 12:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

NFL awards compensatory picks based on how a team gained and lost players in Free Agency. If a team loses free agents, the team can gain a compensatory pick based on the value of the player.

A maximum number of compensatory picks are awarded each year (no more than the number of teams).

The formula for awarding compensatory picks is unclear. League officials haven't revealed the exact details of the formula but it is based on the number of players gained/lost, players' new contracts, and how each team is affected by free agency. The formula seems to be:
If a team gains the same number of free agents that it loses, it might be awarded a 7th round pick if the value of the players it lost is more than it gained.
If a team lost more players than it gained, it might get multiple picks as high as a third round pick.

Actual awarding occurs in a closed-door meeting so exact results are hard to predict. My guess is that the Broncos will receive several picks in 2015.
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