Carolina Panthers awarded compensatory draft pick. Here’s how they got it


Carolina Panthers awarded compensatory draft pick. Here’s how they got it

The compensatory selections are awarded to teams based on the Compensatory Draft System's net loss formula. Ryan Grant's contract granted Washington their sixth-round compensatory pick, and Niles Paul earned them a seventh-rounder.

The National Football League finally announced its full slate of compensatory picks for the 2019 NFL Draft and the Kansas City Chiefs came out one pick richer with an extra sixth-round choice that comes in at No. 214 overall.

The sixth-round pick is 207th overall.

This year marks the first time the Bears do not have a first- or second-round pick since 2010 when they traded their top two selections to the Broncos in exchange for quarterback Jay Cutler and to the Buccaneers for defensive end Gaines Adams, respectively.

Former Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace, who signed with the Eagles last season, qualified for pick compensation, but his injury-shortened, two-game season did not merit a seventh-round selection.

OK, let's get it out of the way - we can all acknowledge that the Seahawks are likely to make some trades with their 2019 draft picks due to their history and their situation this year.

The highest round in which a compensatory pick can be awarded is the third. Not every free agent lost or signed by a club is covered by this formula.

The NFL distributes compensatory picks from the third through seventh rounds of the draft each year based on a selected pool of free agents lost.

The NFL Draft will be held April 25-27, with the last four rounds on the final day.

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