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DeepSouth
11-24-2004, 06:55 AM
Before the draft every year, the league passes out compensatory picks to teams that lost players due to free agency. Anyone know how this works? Shouldn't the Chiefs get a decent extra pick for losing Tait ?

the Talking Can
11-24-2004, 06:59 AM
I think so. But I know nothing.



















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nmt1
11-24-2004, 07:20 AM
I'm not sure exactly what the rules are but the pick is based on how much playing time the player was getting when he signed with the other team. Tait was a starter for two years so I suspect we'll get the highest compensation possible. Again, I'm not exactly sure of the rules but I would guess we may get a high 4th or low 3rd for it.

Phobia
11-24-2004, 08:05 AM
Compensatory picks are very confusing. Tait would probably have to go to the pro-bowl for us to get a 3rd out of the deal. I'd say a 4th rounder is likely. I'd like J. Allen Jr., please.

Hoover
11-24-2004, 08:19 AM
Its kinda like this

Player lost
- Vaule of player who replaced him
= value of Compensatory pick

I think we will get a 5th

Since we signed Bober to replace him, then traded for Wellbourn, I'm not sure if they look at Bober, Wellbourn or Both.

Phobia
11-24-2004, 08:21 AM
Its kinda like this

Player lost
- Vaule of player who replaced him
= value of Compensatory pick

I think we will get a 5th

Since we signed Bober to replace him, then traded for Wellbourn, I'm not sure if they look at Bober, Wellbourn or Both.

Compensatory picks are based upon Free Agency. A traded, drafted, or otherwise acquired pick is irrelevent.

beavis
11-24-2004, 09:33 AM
Compensatory picks are based upon Free Agency. A traded, drafted, or otherwise acquired pick is irrelevent.
Wasn't Tait designated a transition player also?

Phobia
11-24-2004, 09:37 AM
Wasn't Tait designated a transition player also?

Yes, but that's part of free agency. If you lose him without compensation, the Chiefs are still eligible for compensation picks.

beavis
11-24-2004, 09:45 AM
Yes, but that's part of free agency. If you lose him without compensation, the Chiefs are still eligible for compensation picks.
I thought that was only for a player who was protected in some manner, ie transition or franchise. We don't compensation for losing an unprotected, unrestricted free agent.

KingPriest2
11-24-2004, 09:48 AM
this is old from 2000

PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- The NFL awarded 14 teams compensatory picks in next month's draft for losing free agents last year.

Four teams -- the Packers, Vikings, Jaguars and Patriots -- each were given four extra choices, the league said Tuesday. The Redskins received three, while the Steelers, Saints and Chargers got two apiece.

Also receiving compensatory choices, based on a formula including how much the lost free agents played for their new teams and how much they were paid, were the Broncos, Lions, Bills, Titans, Chiefs and Cardinals.

Green Bay, New England, Tennessee and Washington got picks in the fourth round, Nos. 126-129. Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Arizona, Minnesota and New Orleans were given fifth-round selections, Nos. 162-166.

KingPriest2
11-24-2004, 10:22 AM
from 2002


Compensatory draft choices announced


(April 1, 2002) -- A total of 32 compensatory choices in the 2002 NFL Draft have been awarded to 18 teams.

Under terms of the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement, a team losing more or better compensatory free agents than it acquires in a year is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks.

The number of picks a team receives equals the net loss of compensatory free agents up to a maximum of four. The 32 compensatory choices announced will supplement the 229 choices in the regular seven rounds of the 2002 NFL Draft. This year, the compensatory picks will be positioned within the third through seventh rounds based on the value of the compensatory free agents lost.

Compensatory free agents are determined by a formula based on salary, playing time and postseason honors. The formula was developed by the NFL Management Council. Not every free agent lost or signed by a club is covered by this formula.

One club this year (Washington) will receive a compensatory pick even though it did not suffer a net loss of compensatory free agents. Under the formula, the compensatory free agents Washington lost were ranked higher than the ones they signed by a specified point differential.

The following 2002 draft picks have been determined by the NFL Management Council:

ROUND OVERALL SELECTION TEAM
3 97 Buffalo
3 98 Arizona
4 132 Minnesota
4 133 Tennessee
4 134 Detroit
4 135 Green Bay
5 169 Seattle
5 170 Miami
5 171 Seattle
5 172 San Francisco
6 206 Baltimore
6 207 Baltimore
6 208 Dallas
6 209 Baltimore
6 210 Chicago
6 211 Dallas
7 245 Atlanta
7 246 New York Giants
7 247 Jacksonville
7 248 Jacksonville
7 249 San Francisco
7 250 Buffalo
7 251 Tampa Bay
7 252 Buffalo
7 253 Detroit
7 254 Tampa Bay
7 255 Tampa Bay
7 256 San Francisco
7 257 Washington
7 258 Carolina
7 259 Detroit
7 260 Buffalo

Picks 258-260 are non-compensatory picks (based on the draft-order formula) to fulfill the number of draft choices permitted by agreement with the NFL Players Association in the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Following are the compensatory free agents lost and signed by the clubs that will receive compensatory picks in the 2002 NFL Draft (April 20-21):

TEAM LOST/SIGNED PLAYERS
ARIZONA Lost: Mark Smith, Simeon Rice
Signed: Pete Kendall
ATLANTA Lost: Henri Crockett, Dan Stryzinski
Signed: Henri Crockett (re-acquired in trade with Denver)
BALTIMORE Lost: Kim Herring, Priest Holmes, Jeff Mitchell
BUFFALO Lost: Donovan Greer, Marcus Spriggs, Marcellus Wiley
CHICAGO Lost: Todd Perry, Casey Wiegmann
Signed: Brad Maynard
DALLAS Lost: Leon Lett, James McKnight
DETROIT Lost: Mike Compton, Jeff Hartings, Walter Rasby
Signed: Todd Lyght
GREEN BAY Lost: Ross Verba
JACKSONVILLE Lost: Bryan Barker, Mike Logan
MIAMI Lost: Trace Armstrong, Kevin Donnalley, Rich Owens, Terrance Shaw, Richmond Webb
Signed: James McKnight, Todd Perry, Marcus Spriggs, Dedric Ward
MINNESOTA Lost: Matthew Hatchette, Dwayne Rudd, Tony Williams
Signed: Byron Chamberlain, Lance Johnstone
NY GIANTS Lost: Brad Maynard, Christian Peter
Signed: Kenny Holmes
SEATTLE Lost: Jay Bellamy, Pete Kendall, Jon Kitna
Signed: Chad Eaton
SAN FRANCISCO Lost: Brentson Buckner, Charlie Garner, Delmonico Montgomery, Anthony Pleasant
Signed: Derek Smith
TAMPA BAY Lost: Don Davis, Patrick Hape, Tyoka Jackson, Frank Middleton, Damien Robinson
Signed: Brad Johnson, Simeon Rice
TENNESSEE Lost: Kenny Holmes, Denard Walker
Signed: Joe Nedney
WASHINGTON Lost: Albert Connell, Ed Ellis, Brad Johnson, Ndukwe Kalu, Derek Smith, James Thrash
Signed: Bryan Barker, Matthew Campbell, Brett Conway, Donovan Greer, Kevin Lockett, Walter Rasby

TOTAL 2002 NFL COMPENSATORY DRAFT PICKS

Buffalo -- 4
Baltimore -- 3
Detroit -- 3
San Francisco -- 3
Tampa Bay -- 3
Dallas -- 2
Jacksonville -- 2
Seattle -- 2
Arizona -- 1
Atlanta -- 1
Carolina -- 1
Chicago -- 1
Green Bay -- 1
Miami -- 1
Minnesota -- 1
NY Giants -- 1
Tennessee -- 1
Washington -- 1
TOTAL -- 32

NFL CLUBS WITH MOST COMPENSATORY DRAFT PICKS
(1993-2002*)
Dallas -- 23
Buffalo -- 20
Green Bay -- 17
Arizona -- 13
Pittsburgh -- 13
Jacksonville -- 12
Minnesota -- 12
Philadelphia -- 12
Detroit -- 10
New England -- 10
NY Giants -- 10
Kansas City -- 9
Tennessee -- 9
Baltimore -- 8
Seattle -- 8
Tampa Bay -- 8


* 1993 was first year that compensatory draft choices were awarded.

KingPriest2
11-24-2004, 10:25 AM
from 2003

League awards compensatory draft choices


(March 25, 2003) -- A total of 32 compensatory choices in the 2003 NFL Draft have been awarded to 15 teams, the NFL announced.

Under terms of the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement, a team losing more or better compensatory free agents than it acquires in a year is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks.

The number of picks a team receives equals the net loss of compensatory free agents up to a maximum of four. The 32 compensatory choices announced today will supplement the 230 choices in the regular seven rounds of the 2003 NFL Draft (April 26-27). This year, the compensatory picks will be positioned within the fourth through seventh rounds based on the value of the compensatory free agents lost.

Compensatory free agents are determined by a formula based on salary, playing time and postseason honors. The formula was developed by the NFL Management Council. Not every free agent lost or signed by a club is covered by this formula.

The following 2003 draft picks have been determined by the NFL Management Council:


ROUND ROUND/OVERALL SELECTION TEAM
4 34-131 Philadelphia
4 35-132 Jacksonville
4 36-133 Tampa Bay
4 37-134 Baltimore
4 38-135 Seattle
5 34-169 Miami
5 35-170 St. Louis
5 36-171 Chicago
5 37-172 St. Louis
5 38-173 Baltimore
6 33-206 Chicago
6 34-207 NY Giants
6 35-208 Indianapolis
6 36-209 Miami
6 37-210 Arizona
6 38-211 NY Giants
6 39-212 Green Bay
6 40-213 Miami
7 34-248 Miami
7 35-249 NY Giants
7 36-250 Baltimore
7 37-251 St. Louis
7 38-252 Kansas City
7 39-253 Green Bay
7 40-254 St. Louis
7 41-255 NY Giants
7 42-256 Green Bay
7 43-257 Green Bay
7 44-258 Baltimore
7 45-259 Cincinnati
7 46-260 Detroit
7 47-261 Chicago


Picks 259-261 are supplemental compensatory picks (based on the draft-order formula) to fulfill the number of draft choices permitted by agreement with the NFL Players Association in the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Following are the compensatory free agents lost and signed by the clubs that will receive compensatory picks in the 2003 NFL Draft:


Team Status Player
ARIZONA Lost: Corey Chavous, Michael Pittman
Signed: Duane Starks
BALTIMORE Lost: Lional Dalton, Corey Harris, Pat Johnson, Duane Starks
CHICAGO Lost: James Allen, Walt Harris, Tony Parrish
Signed: Mike Caldwell
GREEN BAY Lost: Corey Bradford, Billy Jenkins, Allen Rossum,
Bill Schroeder, Barry Stokes
Signed: Joe Johnson
INDIANAPOLIS Lost: Larry Moore, Steve McKinney, Jerome Pathon
Signed: James Cannida, Walt Harris
JACKSONVILLE Lost: Kevin Hardy, Mike Hollis, Renaldo Wynn
Signed: Pat Johnson, Chris Naeole
KANSAS CITY Lost: Todd Peterson, Victor Riley
Signed: Morten Andersen
MIAMI Lost: Lorenzo Bromell, Terry Cousin, Spencer Folau,
Kenny Mixon, Lamar Smith, Matt Turk, Brian Walker
Signed: Larry Chester
NY GIANTS Lost: Morten Andersen, Greg Comella, Joe Jurevicius,
Ron Stone
PHILADELPHIA Lost: Mike Caldwell, Jeremiah Trotter
Signed: Shawn Barber
ST. LOUIS Lost: London Fletcher, Az-Zahir Hakim, Robert Holcombe,
Rod Jones, Sean Moran, Jeff Robinson
Signed: Jamie Duncan
SEATTLE Lost: Christian Fauria, Todd Weiner
Signed: Brandon Mitchell
TAMPA BAY Lost: James Cannida, Jamie Duncan, Warrick Dunn,
Jacquez Green, Steve White
Signed: Kerry Jenkins, Joe Jurevicius, Michael Pittman,
Greg Spires





Total 2003 NFL compensatory draft picks:


Team No.
Baltimore 4
Green Bay 4
Miami 4
NY Giants 4
St. Louis 4
Chicago 3
Arizona 1
Cincinnati 1
Detroit 1
Indianapolis 1
Jacksonville 1
Kansas City 1
Philadelphia 1
Seattle 1
Tampa Bay 1
TOTAL 32





NFL clubs with most compensatory draft picks, *1993-2003:


Team No.
Dallas 23
Green Bay 21
Buffalo 20
Arizona 14
NY Giants 14
Jacksonville 13
Philadelphia 13
Pittsburgh 13
Baltimore 12
Minnesota 12
Detroit 11
Miami 11
Chicago 10
Kansas City 10
New England 10
St. Louis 10





* 1993 was first year that compensatory draft choices were awarded.

KingPriest2
11-24-2004, 10:27 AM
from 2004


NFL gives three teams four compensatory draft picks
March 29, 2004
SportsLine.com wire reports

PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The Eagles, Rams and Jets received the maximum of four compensatory draft picks each from the NFL on Monday.

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In all, 32 picks were awarded to 16 teams for next month's draft.

Under terms of the collective bargaining agreement, a team losing more or better free agents than it acquires in a year is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks. Those choices will supplement the 223 picks in seven rounds on April 24-25.

The Bengals will get the highest compensatory pick, a third-rounder, No. 96 overall. In the fourth round, the Eagles have two extra choices, Nos. 129 and 131 overall. The Rams get the 130th overall spot, and the Jets are at No. 132.

Philadelphia also will have consecutive picks in the seventh round, Nos. 242-243. The Rams get a sixth-rounder (No. 201), and two in the seventh (Nos. 237-238). New York was given three straight spots in the seventh round (Nos. 234-236).

Other teams awarded compensatory picks were Baltimore and Tennessee, three apiece; Denver, Houston and Oakland, two each; and Cincinnati, Green Bay, Jacksonville, New Orleans, the New York Giants, San Diego, San Francisco and Tampa Bay, one each.

Compensatory free agents are determined by a formula based on salary, playing time and postseason honors. The formula was developed by the NFL Management Council.

KingPriest2
11-24-2004, 10:30 AM
Look at this for the 2005 picks


NFL VETERAN FREE AGENT SCOREBOARD
(Note: Compensatory picks at the 2005 draft will be deterimned based on a formula that weighs how many unrestricted free agents (UFA) a team loses less how many they sign, plus other factors such as the value of the various contracts.)

Free agents (courtesy of CNNSI): AFCNFC

TEAM UFA Signed UFA lost Other FA signed
ARIZONA DE Bert Berry (Denver); CB David Macklin (Indianapolis); QB Shaun King (Tampa Bay); FB Obafemi Ayanbadejo (Miami) CB David Barrett (NY Jets); WR/KR Karl Williams (Tampa Bay) LB Riall Johnson (Cincinnati)
ATLANTA QB Ty Detmer (Detroit); WR Dez White (Chicago); CB Jason Webster (SF); DT Rod Coleman (Oakland); LB Eric Johnson (Oakland); OG Eric Beverly (Detroit) QB Doug Johnson (Jacksonville); OG Travis Claridge (Carolina); TE Brian Kozlowski (Washington); CB Juran Bolden (Jacksonville) CB Aaron Beasley (NY Jets); TE Hunter Goodwin (Minnesota): OG Steve Herndon (Denver); LB Jamie Duncan (St. Louis); RB Dee Brown (Carolina); FB Stanley Pritchett (Chicago)
BALTIMORE WR Marcus Robinson (Minnesota); CB Tom Knight (Tampa Bay); TE John Jones (Miami) CB Dale Carter (New Orleans); QB Kordell Stewart (Chicago)
BUFFALO CB Troy Vincent (Philadelphia); OG Chris Villarrial (Chicago) CB Antoine Winfield (Minnesota); CB Dainon Sydney (Detroit); FB Sammy Morris (Miami); FB Sam Gash (New Orleans); LB dashon Polk (Houston) DT Oliver Gibson (Cincinnati); LB Jason Gildon (Pittsburgh)
CAROLINA CB Terrance Shaw (Oakland); OG Travis Claridge (Atlanta); LB Brandon Short (NY Giants) LB Greg Favors (Jacksonville); WR Kevin Dyson (San Diego); TE Jermaine Wiggins (Minnesota); OT Jeno James (Miami); CB Reggie Howard (Miami); FS Deon Grant (Jacksonville) OT Adam Meadows (Indianapolis); CB Artrell Hawkins (Cincinnati); DT Rod Walker (Green Bay)
CHICAGO RB Thomas Jones (Tampa Bay); QB Jonathan Quinn (KC) DT Keith Traylor (New England); WR Dez White (Atlanta); OG Chris Villarrial (Buffalo) OG Ruben Brown (Buffalo); OG Michael Keathley (San Diego) *
CINCINNATI OG Bobby Williams (Philadelphia); LB Nate Webster (Tampa Bay); WR Pat Johnson (Washington) FS Mark Roman (Green Bay); OG Mike Goff (San Diego); OG Matt O'Dwyer (Tampa Bay); RB Brandon Bennett (Tampa Bay); DT Glen Steele (NY Giants) DB Kim Herring (St. Louis); OG Larry Moore (Washington)
CLEVELAND OG Kelvin Garmon (San Diego); DE Ebenezer Ekuban (Dallas); FB Terrelle smith (New Orleans); DB David Gibson (Tampa Bay) P Chris Gardocki (Pittsburgh); CB Lewis Sanders (Jacksonville); C/OG Shaun O'Hara (NY Giants); OT Barry Stokes (NY Giants) QB Jeff Garcia (SF); LB Dave Moretti (Green Bay); DE M|Jamal Reynolds (Green Bay)
DALLAS WR Dedric Ward (New England) CB Mario Edwards (Tampa Bay); DE Ebenezer Ekuban (Cleveland) QB Vinny Testaverde (NY Jets); OG DeMingo Graham (DNP '03); DE Marcellus Wiley (San Diego); RB Eddie George (Tennessee)
DENVER OT Cornell Green (Tampa Bay); QB Mike Quinn (Houston); DE Marco Coleman (Philadelphia); TE Jed Weaver (SF) LB Ian Gold (Tampa Bay); WR Chris Cole (Oakland); DE Bert Berry (Arizona); LB Keith Burns (Tampa Bay) RB Garrison Hearst (SF); SS John Lynch (Tampa Bay); DT Luther Eliss (Detroit); DE Raylee Johnson (San Diego); WR Willie Jackson (DNP '03); TE Byron Chamberlain (Washington)
DETROIT QB Rick Mirer (Oakland); OG David Loverne (St. Louis); OG/C Damien Woody (New England); CB Fernando Bryant (Jacksonville); CB Dainon Sydney (Buffalo); WR Tai Streets (SF) CB Otis Smith (New England); QB Ty Detmer (Atlanta); LB Barrett Green (NY Giants); OG Eric Beverly (Atlanta); LB Jeff Gooch (Tampa Bay) TE Stephen Alexander (San Diego); FS Brock Marion (Miami); DT Marcus Bell (Arizona)
GREEN BAY FS Mark Roman (Cincinnati); FS Antuan Edwards (Miami); P Josh Bidwell (Tampa Bay) QB Tim Couch (Cleveland)
HOUSTON OT Todd Wade (Miami); DT Robaire Smith (Tennessee); LB Dashon Polk (Buffalo) LB Steve Foley (San Diego); DT Steve Martin (Minnesota); QB Mike Quinn (Denver); FB Greg Comella (Tampa Bay) TE Mark Bruener (Pittsburgh); FB Charles Stackhouse (Minnesota); LB Phil Smith (Baltimore); CB Eric Kelly (Minnesota)
INDIANAPOLIS LB Marcus Washington (Washington); CB David Macklin (Arizona); WR Terrance Wilkins (Miami); JaJuan Dawson (NYGiants); DB Cliff Crosby (Kansas City)
JACKSONVILLE CB Juran Bolden (Atlanta); LB Greg Favors (Carolina); LB Tommy Hendricks (Miami); TE Todd Yoder (Tampa Bay); CB Lewis Sanders (Cleveland); OG Mike Compton (New England); FS Deon Grant (Carolina); QB Doug Johnson (Atlanta) OG Jamar Nesbitt (New Orleans); CB Fernando Bryant (Detroit); OG Leander Jordan (San Diego); LB Danny Clark (Oakland) OT Ephraim Salaam (Denver); CB Dewayne Washington (Pittsburgh)
KANSAS CITY C C Chris Bober (NY Giants); QB Damon Huard (New England); DB Cliff Crosby (Indianapolis) QB Jonathan Quinn (Chicago) DT Lional Dalton (Washington)
MIAMI DB Antuan Edwards (Greeen Bay); TE John Jones (Baltimore); OG Jeno James (Carolina); CB Reggie Howard (Carolina); DB Chris Akins (New England); OT John St. Clair (St. Louis); FB Sammy Morris (Buffalo); OT Damion McIntosh (San Diego); WR Terrance Wilkins (Indianapolis) CB Terrell Buckley (New England); OT Todd Wade (Houston); Obafemi Ayanbadejo (Arizona); LB Tommy Hendricks (Jacksonville)
MINNESOTA P Darren Bennett (San Diego); TE Jermaine Wiggins (Carolina); CB Antoine Winfield (Buffalo); DT Steve Martin (Houston); Marcus Robinson (Baltimore) DT Fred Robbins (NY Giants) SS Tyrone Carter (NY Jets)
NEW ENGLAND CB Terrell Buckley (Miami); CB Otis Smith (Detroit); DT Keith Traylor (Chicago); OG Bob Hallen (San Diego) DT Ted Washington (Oakland); OG Damien Woody (Detroit); DB Chris Akins (Miami); OG Mike Compton (Jacksonville); DE Bobby Hamilton (Oakland); QB Damon Huard (Kansas City); WR Dedric Ward (Dallas); RB Antowain Smith (Tennessee) CB Jeff Burris (Cincinnati); P Josh Miller (Pittsburgh); QB Jim Miller (Tampa Bay); DT DeVonte Peterson (Indianapolis)
NEW ORLEANS OG Jamar Nesbitt (Jacksonville); DT Brian Young (St. Louis); RB Aaron Stecker (Tampa Bay); FB Sam Gash (Buffalo) TE Walter Rasby (Washington); FB Terrelle Smith (Cleveland) TE Lamont Hall (Atlanta)
NY GIANTS OT Ed Ellis (San Diego); DE Lorenzo Bromell (Oakland); LB Carlos Emmons (Philadelphia); DT Fred Robbins (Minnesota); C/OG Shaun O'Hara (Cleveland); LB Barrett Green (Detroit); OT Barry Stokes (Cleveland); DT Martin Chase (Washington); DT Glen Steele (Cincinnati); WR JaJuan Dawson (Indianapolis) LB Brandon Short (Carolina); DT Cornelius Griffen (Washington); LB Dhani Jones (Philadelphia); CB Ike Charlton (Oakland); C Chris Bober (KC); QB Jason Garrett (Tampa Bay); CB Ralph Brown (Washington) DT Norman Hand (Seattle); CB Terry Cousin (Carolina); QB Kevin Thompson (Cleveland); PK Bill Gramatica (Arizona); WR James McKnight (Miami); SS Brent Alexander (Pittsburgh); QB Kurt Warner (St. Louis); TE Joe Don Davenport
NY JETS FS Reggie Tongue (Seattle); LB Eric Barton (Oakland); CB David Barrett (Arizona) OT Reggie Coleman (Green Bay); P Toby Gowin (Dallas); QB Rickey Ray (Edmonton-CFL); TE Mikhael Ricks (Detroit)
OAKLAND WR Chris Cole (Denver); DT Warren Sapp (Tampa Bay); DT Ted Washington (NE); CB Ike Charlton (NY Giants); LB Danny Clark (Jacksonville); DE Bobby Hamilton (New England) CB Terrance Shaw (Carolina); QB Rick Mirer (Detroit); DE Lorenzo Bromell (NT Giants); OT Matt Stinchcomb (Tampa Bay); LB Eric Barton (NY Jets); DT Rod Coleman (Atlanta); RB Charlie Garner (Tampa Bay); LB Eric Johnson (Atlanta) TE Roland Williams (Tampa Bay); CB Ray Buchanon (Atlanta); OG Ron Stone (SF); LB Dwyane Rudd (Tampa Bay); RB Troy Hambrick (Dallas); WR David Terrell (Chicago); QB Kerry Collins (NY Giants)
PHILADELPHIA DE Jevon Kearse; LB Dhani Jones (NY Giants) OG Bobby Williams (Cincinnati); CB Bobby Taylor (Seattle); LB Carlos Emmons (NY Giants); RB Duce Staley (Pittsburgh); DE Marco Coleman (Denver); CB Troy Vincent (Buffalo) QB Jeff Blake (Arizona); LB Jeremiah Trotter (Washington)
PITTSBURGH P Chris Gardocki (Cleveland); RB Duce Staley (Philadelphia); DT Travis Kirschke (SF); CB Willie Williams (Seattle) S Ainsley Battles (Buffalo)
SAN DIEGO WR Kevin Dyson (Carolina); OG Leander Jordan (Jacksonville); LB Steve Foley (Houston); OG Mike Goff (Cincinnati); LB Randall Godfrey (Seattle); P Bill LaFleur (San Francisco) OT Ed Ellis (NY Giants); OG Kelvin Garmon (Cleveland); P Darren Bennett (Minnesota); OT Damion McIntosh (Miami); OG Bob Hallen (New England)
SAN FRANCISCO CB Jason Webster (Atlanta); WR Tai Streets (Detroit); DT Travis Kirschke (Pittsburgh); TE Jed Weaver (Denver) OG Scott Rehberg (Cincinnati); WR Curtis Conway (NY Jets)
SEATTLE CB Bobby Taylor (Philadelphia); DE Grant Wistrom (St. Louis) FS Reggie Tongue (NY Jets); CB Shawn Springs (Washington); LB Randall Godfrey (San Diego); CB Willie Williams (Pittsburgh)
ST. LOUIS DT Bernard Holsey (Washington) OG David Loverne (Detroit); DE Grant Wistrom (Seattle); DT Brian Young (New Orleans); OT John St. Clair( Miami) DE Sean Moran (SF); QB Chris Chandler (Chicago); S Justin Lucas (Arizona)
TAMPA BAY LB Ian Gold (Denver); CB Mario Edwards (Dallas); OT Matt Stinchcomb (Oakland); LB Keith Burns (Denver); RB Charlie Garner (Oakland); OG Matt O'Dwyer (Cincinnati); LB Jeff Gooch (Detroit); P Josh Bidwell (Green Bay); CB Tom Knight (Baltimore); QB Jason Garrett (NY Giants); RB Brandon Bennett (Cincinnati); FB Greg Comella (Houston) OT Cornell Green (Denver); DT Warren Sapp (Oakland); RB Thomas Jones (Chicago); RB Aaron Stecker (New Orleans); LB Nate Webster (Cinciinati); QB Shaun King (Arizona); TE Todd Yoder (Jacksonville); P Tom Tupa (Washington); QB Brian Griese (Miami); OT Todd Steusie (Carolina); OT Derrick Deese (SF); TE Dave Moore (Buffalo); RB Jamel White (Cleveland); CB Will Hunter (NY Jets); WR Bill Schoeder (Detroit)
TENNESSEE RB Antowain Smith (New England) DE Jevon Kearse (Philadelphia); DT Robaire Smith (Houston) LB Drew Wahlroos (Philadelphia); DE Ivory McCoy (Philadelphia)
WASHINGTON TE Brian Kozlowski (Atlanta); DT Cornelius Griffen (NY Giants); CB Shawn Springs (Seattle); LB Marcus Washington (Indianapolis); TE Walter Rasby (New Orleans); P Tom Tupa (Tampa Bay); CB Ralph Brown (NY Giants) DT Martin Chase (NY Giants); WR Pat Johnson; DT Bernard Holsey (St. Louis) (Cincinnati)

DeepSouth
11-24-2004, 02:30 PM
I appreciate all the feedback. Sorry I didn't participate but I got tied up with a minor work related crisis.

Spicy McHaggis
11-24-2004, 02:37 PM
I'd say we're looking at a fourth as comp. I believe the highest you can get is a third rounder so maybe the NFL will feel generous after watching a Superbowl hopeful get its tail whipped all season.

Hoover
11-24-2004, 02:37 PM
I would say losing Tait we should get a good pick do the huge contract he was signed too.