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NFL Awards 32 Compensatory Picks

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NFL Awards 32 Compensatory Picks

The NFL announced this week from the 2013 NFL owners meetings that the league awarded 32 compensatory picks to 16 different clubs. These picks are given to teams losing more or better compensatory free agents than they acquires in the previous year.

The Falcons and Ravens received the most compensatory picks, with four each, while the Texans, Chiefs and Titans each received the highest-possible pick, with a third-round selection each. The Texans, who lost Jason Allen, Mike Brisiel, Joel Dressen and Mario Williams (while gaining Bradie James and Donnie Jones) were awarded the highest selection of all teams, netting the 95th-overall pick (33rd pick in the third round).

Since 1994, no one has more compensatory picks awarded than the Ravens with 37, for those fans freaking out about Baltimore's free-agent exodus. (The Packers are next with 31.) And this year, once again, Mr. Irrelevant will be chosen by the Colts, who hold the final pick in the NFL Draft.

Compensatory picks cannot be traded and must be used by receiving club.

Compensatory picks
Round / Teams / Pick in Round / Overall Selection

3rd Round
Texans - 33-95
Chiefs - 34-96
Titans - 35-97

4th Round
Ravens - 33-130
49ers - 34-131
Lions - 35-132
Falcons - 36-133

5th Round
Dolphins - 33-166
Packers - 34-167
Ravens - 35-168

6th Round
Texans - 33-201
Titans - 34-202
Ravens - 35-203
Chiefs - 36-204
Raiders - 37-205
Steelers - 38-206

7th Round
Eagles - 33-239
Bengals - 34-240
Seahawks - 35-241
Seahawks - 36-242
Falcons - 37-243
Falcons - 38-244
Lions - 39-245
49ers - 40-246
Ravens - 41-247
Titans - 42-248
Falcons - 43-249
Dolphins - 44-250
Bengals - 45-251
49ers - 46-252
Giants - 47-253
Colts - 48-254

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