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Eagles Get No Compensatory Picks, Obviously

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The Eagles went crazy in free agency last season and signed everyone while losing only Stewart Bradley of note (and even he's just a minor loss).

So when the NFL announced its compensatory picks today, it was no surprise that the Eagles did not get a comp pick in this upcoming draft.

Under the rules for compensatory draft selections, a team losing more or better compensatory free agents than it acquires in the previous year is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks.

With the likes of Nnamdi Asomugha, Cullen Jenkins & Jason Babin in and Stewart Bradley out... Clearly the Eagles did not lose more compensatory free agents than it acquired. 23 teams did get comp picks however. The Oakland Raiders got the lone 3rd rounder for losing Asomugha.

[Note by JasonB, 03/27/12 12:04 AM EDT ] As was pointed out in the comments, the Eagles did lose David Akers & Quintin Mikell to free agency last year. One got big money and the other made a Pro Bowl after leaving. Still, the NFL did not judge their departure as enough to offset all the signings.

The full list of comp picks is after the jump.

2012 NFL Draft compensatory picks
Rd
No./Overall
Team
3
33/95
Oakland
4
33/128
Minnesota
4
34/129
Oakland
4
35/130
Baltimore
4
36/131
N.Y. Giants
4
37/132
Green Bay
4
38/133
Green Bay
4
39/134
Minnesota
4
40/135
Dallas
5
33/168
Oakland
5
34/169
Baltimore
5
35/170
Indianapolis
6
33/202
N.Y. Jets
6
34/203
N.Y. Jets
6
35/204
Cleveland
6
36/205
Cleveland
6
37/206
Indianapolis
6
38/207
Carolina
7
33/240
Pittsburgh
7
34/241
Green Bay
7
35/242
N.Y. Jets
7
36/243
Green Bay
7
37/244
N.Y. Jets
7
38/245
Cleveland
7
39/246
Pittsburgh
7
40/247
Cleveland
7
41/248
Pittsburgh
7
42/249
Atlanta
7
43/250
San Diego
7
44/251
Buffalo
7
45/252
St. Louis
7
46/253
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