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    Compensatory pick projections

    Unfortunately, Miami gets no picks in this projection which has apparently been done for years by the person doing it and is usually pretty close.

    Even worse, it seems there may be no leftover non-compensatory picks this year. If the league awards fewer than 32 compensatory picks, the teams drafting at the top of the round get non-compensatory picks to fill out the 32.

    http://www.kffl.com/showthread.php?t=116792




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    I think the Fins get a late pick for Wade, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJFINSFAN1
    I think the Fins get a late pick for Wade, no?
    They don't according to this projection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy James
    They don't according to this projection.
    I thought he got a big contract from the Texans?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJFINSFAN1
    I thought he got a big contract from the Texans?
    This may help explain:

    The net gain/loss of UFAs is quantitative until it comes to actually figuring out what round a pick will be in. In other words, when a team has gained five and lost three or four UFAs, they have no prayer of getting a compensatory pick. If a team has gained three but lost five, they'll get two picks, I believe, determined by the value of the players lost. There have been times when a team has an even gain/loss and still received a pick (I think KC did when they lost Donnie Edwards or something), but it's pretty rare.
    (from the thread I linked to)

    The team must have signed more qualifying free agents than it lost last year.
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    I know this is not directly related to comp picks but does anyone know the deadline for Leinart changing his mind and declaring for the supplemental draft?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman529
    I know this is not directly related to comp picks but does anyone know the deadline for Leinart changing his mind and declaring for the supplemental draft?
    As soon as the USC cheerleaders get board with him! :wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman529
    I know this is not directly related to comp picks but does anyone know the deadline for Leinart changing his mind and declaring for the supplemental draft?
    I don't know about a deadline, but I think he needs a reason to declare like financial hardship or something like that. From what I heard, that would be a real barrier to him coming out even if injury and a desire to keep his word were not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy James
    Unfortunately, Miami gets no picks in this projection which has apparently been done for years by the person doing it and is usually pretty close.

    Even worse, it seems there may be no leftover non-compensatory picks this year. If the league awards fewer than 32 compensatory picks, the teams drafting at the top of the round get non-compensatory picks to fill out the 32.

    http://www.kffl.com/showthread.php?t=116792
    Even though St Claire worked out ok, you can thank Speilstedt for the lack of getting a pick for Wade because we sign three F/A lineman. McIntosh & James were the other two. They balance the comp picks based on what you lost against what you gained in free agency. Our signings out numbered our losses.
    (Post Combine) Mock Draft: 15 March 2008
    1. DE/LB Chirs Long-Love this guy ... period
    2a. OT Gosder Cherilus-One tackle that might slip out of the 1st round
    2b. CB Tracy Porter-Pt 1 of a double dip on CBs
    3. CB Justin King-Part 2,fills a current void with two fast CB prospects
    4. WR Dexter Jackson-Great combine moves him into the 3rd/4th round range
    6. TE Craig Stevens-Good run blocker with solid hands
    7. SS Chris Horton-Could make it as a special teamer ... hard hitting tackler
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJFINSFAN1
    As soon as the USC cheerleaders get board with him! :wink:
    That's the ONLY reason I tune in USC games...the white sweater cheerleaders.
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