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NFL announces 32 compensatory picks for 15 teams
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ArrayROUND OVERALL SELECTION TEAM
3 33-96 Washington
3 34-97 Cincinnati
3 35-98 Atlanta
3 36-99 Baltimore
4 33-131 Philadelphia
4 34-132 Buffalo
4 35-133 Baltimore
4 36-134 Tennessee
4 37-135 Green Bay
5 33-166 San Diego
6 33-199 New York Giants
6 34-200 Philadelphia
6 35-201 Indianapolis
6 36-202 Indianapolis
6 37-203 Philadelphia
6 38-204 Miami
6 39-205 Indianapolis
6 40-206 Baltimore
6 41-207 Cincinnati
7 33-240 Baltimore
7 34-241 Carolina
7 35-242 Washington
7 36-243 Chicago
7 37-244 Cincinnati
7 38-245 Miami
7 39-246 Cincinnati
7 40-247 Chicago
7 41-248 Chicago
7 42-249 Washington
7 43-250 Carolina
7 44-251 Buffalo
7 45-252 St. Louis[/quote]

I got this list from another board, but here is a story about the picks.

Colts got 3 6th rounders.
Bears got 3 7th rounders.

Edit: should be noted that these picks can not be traded.
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I'll take that 4th Rounder. We should pick up an O-Lineman with that unless we go with one earlier.
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The Bears now have 4 total 7th rounders. They should go OG, TE, LB, and WR with those 4.
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Good for the Colts:D
BREAKING NEWS: Larry Bird, the new President of Basketball Operations for the Pacers, has just made his first new move:

We plan on trading our 1st Round Pick in this upcoming draft to the Boston Celtics for Kendrick Perkins. We feel this will benefit our organization greatly.

Damn you Larry...Damn you to hell! Come back Donnie!
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