As we expected, the Eagles have been awarded two compensatory picks in the upcoming draft. They have received two seventh rounders, the 236th and 239th overall for losing Jason Babin and Sean Jones. That means the Eagles now have ten overall picks.
Some of the notable comp picks... Carolina received the highest comp pick, a third rounder, obviously for losing Julius Peppers. Green Bay got a 4th round pick for losing Aaron Kampman to Jacksonville, who got very little in terms of production from him. Four sacks in only right games played... nice break for the Packers. The Titans also got a 4th round pick for losing Kyle Vanden Bosch, who didn't go on to do a whole lot in Detroit. The Giants actually got a sixth round pick for losing David Carr? The Vikings only got a 6th for losing Chester Taylor, who did nothing in Chicago, but signed for big money and was a good player in Minnesota.
The Eagles full list of picks in the upcoming draft is after the jump. We should do a pool on how many picks they end up making. Could be more or less than 10... although it probably won't be 10. I think we all know where the 4th round pick from Washington came from, but who can be the first to remember where the Seattle and San Diego picks came from?
1st round - 23rd overall
2nd round - 54th overall
3rd round - 85th overall
4th round - 104th overall (from Washington)
4th round - 120th overall
5th round - 149th overall (from San Diego)
5th round - 153rd overall
7th round - 228th overall (from Seattle)
7th round - 236th overall (compensatory selection)
7th round - 239th overall (compensatory selection)