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Thread: Will Y Bell factor into our Compensatory Picks in Upcoming Draft (2013)?

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    Why wouldn't losing Langford be considered a pick for us... If Marshall played a full year I can see how they would cancel out, but he didn't...
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    Correct O. They take contract, playing time, and a few scare variables into account when comparing who youve lsot and what youve gained.

    Miami technically lost more than their gained in Free Agency, so they'll likely get a 6th round pick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Omen View Post
    Why wouldn't losing Langford be considered a pick for us... If Marshall played a full year I can see how they would cancel out, but he didn't...
    That is a very good question since playing time is a factor in the formula. If Marshall and Langford did play a full season they would cancel each other out. The fact that Marshall suffered a season ending injury early in the year clouds the picture a bit. It can only help Miami in the compensatory process

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy685 View Post
    Miami technically lost more than their gained in Free Agency, so they'll likely get a 6th round pick.
    Doesn't a sixth seem low for the delta between what we gained vs lost? I am thinking at least a 5th, maybe a 4th. We picked up almost nil production, although I suppose Naanee and Marshall played some snaps (but what, 15% of Miami snaps)? Meanwhile, Langford was a front end player. Henne tossed some TD's. Our net was decidely negative.
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