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2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game is Falcons and the Broncos

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FALCONS VS. BRONCOS TO KICK OFF THE NFL’S 100TH SEASON
AT TOM BENSON HALL OF FAME STADIUM

CANTON, OHIO – The Atlanta Falcons and Denver Broncos will kick off the National Football League’s 100th season in the city where the league was born. The Falcons and Broncos are scheduled to face each other in the 2019 Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, Aug. 1 at 8 p.m. ET in Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, adjacent to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. ​

 

HOF GAME SERIES

ATLANTA FALCONS (1-2)

1969 – vs. Green Bay Packers (L, 24-38)

1981 – vs. Cleveland Browns (L, 10-24)

1994 – vs. San Diego Chargers (W, 21-17)

DENVER BRONCOS (1-2)

1976 – vs. Detroit Lions (W, 10-7)

1991 – vs. Detroit Lions (L, 3-14)

2004 – vs. Washington Redskins (L, 17-20)

The game marks the fourth appearance by each club in the annual preseason classic. Both teams own 1-2 records in the Hall of Fame Game series.Broncos owner PAT BOWLEN and cornerback CHAMP BAILEY, and former Falcons tight end TONY GONZALEZ will be enshrined into the Hall of Fame two days later. The other members of the Class of 2019 include GIL BRANDT, TY LAW, KEVIN MAWAE, ED REED and JOHNNY ROBINSON. The Class of 2019 Enshrinement Ceremony is set for Saturday, Aug. 3, 2019 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.

Tickets for the 2019 Hall of Fame Game and the Enshrinement Ceremony go on sale Friday, March 15 at 10 a.m. ET at:www.profootballhof.com/tickets

“We are fired up to kick off the NFL’s 100th season in the Hall of Fame Game,” Falcons Head Coach Dan Quinn said. “We are honored to play in Canton and be a part of the celebration for all of the inductees. This is also an opportunity for us to strengthen our connection and our brotherhood with additional time on the field.”

Broncos coach Vic Fangio commented, “With Mr. Bowlen and Champ Bailey part of this year’s induction class, it’s an honor for the Broncos to play in the Hall of Fame Game. We’re looking forward to seeing a lot of Broncos fans in Canton, and it’s also special for us to help kick off the NFL’s 100th season. Football-wise, it gives our team an extra week of training camp and additional practices that we’ll use to our advantage.”

The 2019 Hall of Fame Game will be televised nationally by NBC and called by the Sunday Night Football team, and broadcast nationally on radio by Westwood One.

Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, a key component of Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village that is underway around the Hall’s campus, was labeled as among “13 Game-Changing NFL Stadiums” by Forbes.

2019 PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME
ENSHRINEMENT WEEK POWERED BY JOHNSON CONTROLS

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls, a multi-day celebration of the enshrinement of the newest Hall of Fame Class, is held each year in Canton. The ceremony is nationally televised by NFL Network and ESPN.

The 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls kicks off the NFL’s 100th season with the annual Hall of Fame Game (Falcons vs. Broncos) on Thursday, Aug. 1. Other major events complementing the Enshrinement Ceremony and Hall of Fame Game are the nationally televised (NFL Network) Enshrinees’ Gold Jacket Dinner (Friday, Aug. 2) and the Enshrinees Roundtable (Sunday, Aug. 4). The celebration in Canton wraps up on Sunday night with the Concert for Legends featuring Imagine Dragons.

The week’s events are part of the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival that now includes more than 18 diverse events enjoyed by more than 700,000 fans and millions more through television broadcasts.

More than 130 Gold Jackets (living Hall of Famers) return to the Hall of Fame each year to be a part of the Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls. Nowhere else are fans able to see and interact with as many Hall of Famers in one place at one time as in Canton during the annual celebration.

2019 ENSHRINEMENT WEEK POWERED BY JOHNSON CONTROLS
OFFICIAL TICKET PACKAGES

Official ticket packages for the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls are on sale now at www.hofexperiences.com/ or by calling 844-751-0532. A variety of ticket packages, starting at $299, provide fans with VIP experiences, premium seating and parties with Hall of Famers. Packages range from event day offerings to four-day experiences that include a multitude of exclusive extras.

Fans can also sign up to receive information and updates about tickets by going to www.profootballhof.com/newsletter or by following the Hall on social media @ProFootballHOF on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube.

#PFHOF19

 


 

NFL Free Agency Q & A

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SALARY CAP SET AT $188.2 MILLION

Q.  When does the 2019 free agency signing period begin?

A.  At 4:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 13.

Q. When does the two-day negotiating period for potential unrestricted free agents begin?

A.  At 12:00 p.m. ET on Monday, March 11 until 3:59:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 13, clubs are permitted to contact and enter into contract negotiations with the ce​rtified agents of players who will become unrestricted free agents upon expiration of their 2018 player contracts at 4:00 p.m. ET on March 13.

Q.  What are the categories of free agency?

A.   Players are either “restricted free agents” or “unrestricted free agents.”  A restricted free agent may be subject to a “qualifying offer.”  A restricted or unrestricted free agent may be designated by his prior club as its franchise player or transition player.

Q.  What is the time period for free agency signings this year?

A.   For restricted free agents, from March 13 to April 19.  For unrestricted free agents who have received the May 7 tender from their prior club, from March 13 to July 22 (or the first scheduled day of the first NFL training camp, whichever is later).  For franchise players, from March 13 until the Tuesday following Week 10 of the regular season, November 12.  For transition players, from March 13 until July 22.  After July 22 and until 4 p.m. ET on the Tuesday following Week 10 of the regular season, November 12, the prior club has exclusive negotiating rights to unrestricted free agents and transition players.  If the above-listed players do not sign by November 12, they must sit out the season.

Q.  What is the difference between a restricted free agent and an unrestricted free agent?

A. In the 2019 league year, players with three accrued seasons who have received a qualifying offer become restricted free agents when their contracts expire at the conclusion of the 2018 league year on March 13.  Unrestricted free agents have completed four or more accrued seasons.  Upon expiration of his 2018 contract, an unrestricted free agent is free to sign with any club with no draft-choice compensation owed to his old club.

Q.  What constitutes an “accrued season”?

A.  Six or more regular-season games on a club’s active/inactive, reserve/injured or reserve/physically unable to perform lists.

Q. How do the free agency rules apply to restricted free agents?

A.   If a player with three accrued seasons has received a “qualifying offer” (a salary tender predetermined by the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the league and its players) from his old club, he can negotiate with any club through April 19.  If the restricted free agent signs an offer sheet with a new club, his old club can match the offer and retain him because the qualifying offer entitles it to a “right of first refusal” on any offer sheet the player signs.  If the old club does not match the offer, it may receive draft-choice compensation depending on the amount of its qualifying offer.  If an offer sheet is not executed on or before April 19, the player’s negotiating rights revert exclusively to his old club.  In addition, prior to the start of free agency a player who would otherwise be a restricted free agent may be designated by his old club as its franchise player or transition player.

Q. What are the right of first refusal/qualifying offer amounts for players who have completed three accrued seasons?

A.  For right of first refusal only, a one-year salary of at least $2,025,000.

For right of first refusal and compensation at the player’s original draft round, a one-year salary of at least $2,025,000 or 110 percent of the 2018 Paragraph 5 salary, whichever is greater.

For right of first refusal and compensation of one second-round draft selection, a one-year salary of at least $3,095,000 or 110 percent of the 2018 Paragraph 5 salary, whichever is greater.

For right of first refusal and compensation of one first-round draft selection, a one-year salary of at least $4,407,000 or 110 percent of the 2018 Paragraph 5 salary, whichever is greater.

For right of first refusal and compensation of only one first-round draft selection, but any provision in the new club’s offer sheet waiving or limiting the new club’s ability to designate the player as a franchise or transition player is not a principal term and need not be matched by the prior club, a one-year salary of at least $4,907,000 or 110 percent of the 2018 Paragraph 5 salary, whichever is greater.

Q.  What determines an unrestricted free agent?

A.   A player with four or more accrued seasons whose contract has expired.  He is free to sign with any club, with no draft-choice compensation owed to his old club, through July 22 (or the first scheduled day of the first NFL training camp, whichever is later).  At that point, his negotiating rights revert exclusively to his old club if by May 7 the old club tendered the player a one-year contract for 110 percent of his prior year’s salary.  His old club then has until the Tuesday following Week 10 of the regular season (November 12) to sign him.  If he does not sign by that date, he must sit out the season.  If no tender is offered by May 7, the player can be signed by any club at any time throughout the season.

Q.  What determines a franchise player?

A.  The salary offer by a player’s club determines what type of franchise player he is: exclusive or non-exclusive. An “exclusive” franchise player – not          free to sign with another club – is offered the greater of (i) the average of the top five salaries at the player’s position for the current year as of the          end of the restricted free agent signing period on April 19; or (ii) the amount of the required tender for a non-exclusive franchise player, as                      explained below. Article 10, Section 2(a)(i) of the CBA sets forth the methodology, known as the “Cap Percentage Average,” for calculating the              required tender for a non-exclusive franchise player:

The Nonexclusive Franchise Tender shall be a one year NFL Player Contract for (A) the average of the five largest Prior Year Salaries for players at the position . . . at which the Franchise Player participated in the most plays during the prior League Year, which average shall be calculated by: (1) summing the amounts of the Franchise Tags for players at that position for the five preceding League Years; (2) dividing the resulting amount by the sum of the Salary Caps for the five preceding League Years . . . ; and (3) multiplying the resulting percentage by the Salary Cap for the upcoming League Year . . . (the “Cap Percentage Average”) . . . ; or (B) 120% of his Prior Year Salary, whichever is greater . . . .

 

If a club extends a required tender to a “non-exclusive” franchise player pursuant to this section, the player shall be permitted to negotiate a player contract with any club, except that draft-choice compensation of two first-round draft selections shall be made in the event he signs with a new club.

Q.  How many franchise players and transition players can a team designate each season?

A.   A club can designate one franchise player or one transition player among its potential restricted or unrestricted free agents.

Q.  Can a club decide to withdraw its franchise or transition designation on a player?

A.  Yes. A club can withdraw its franchise or transition designation, and the player then automatically becomes an unrestricted free agent, either immediately if the tender is withdrawn after the start of the 2019 league year, or when his 2018 contract expires if the tender is withdrawn before the start of the 2019 league year.

Q.  What is the salary cap for 2019?

A.  The salary cap is $188,200,000 per club.

Q.  When must teams be in compliance with the salary cap?

A.  At the start of the 2019 league year, which begins at 4:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 13.

Q.  If a team is under the salary cap at the end of a given season, can the team “carry over” room to the next season?

A.   Yes.  A team may carry over room from one league year to the following league year by submitting notice to the NFL prior to 4:00 p.m. ET on the day following the team’s final regular-season game, indicating the amount of room that the club wishes to carry over.

Q.  What is the maximum amount of room that a club can carry over?

A.   A club can carry over 100 percent of its remaining 2018 room to its adjusted salary cap for 2019.

 

NFL Free Agency is underway

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‘NFL Free Agency Frenzy’ Live on NFL Network Sunday, March 10 – Thursday, March 14​

Three-Hour Editions of ‘NFL Total Access’ Monday, March 11 – Wednesday, March 13 at 7:00 PM ET

Track Every Move on NFL.com

NFL Media is the go-to destination for the most comprehensive coverage and analysis of the 2019 NFL free agency period, with players such as running back Le’Veon Bell, safeties Earl ThomasLandon Collins and Tyrann Mathieu, quarterback Nick Foles and more, ready to hit the open market.

NFL Network’s NFL Free Agency Frenzy begins Sunday, March 10 and continues through Thursday, March 14 with 33 on-air analysts, hosts and reporters providing the latest news and expert analysis of every roster move and transaction. Free Agency Frenzy airs at 1:00 PM ET on Sunday, and at 10:00 AM ET Monday-Thursday.

NFL Free Agency Frenzy on Wednesday, March 13 also features live coverage of Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Kyler Murray’s Pro Day at the University of Oklahoma.

Digitally, NFL.com is the go-to destination for the latest news reports from around the NFL, which includes a list of the Top 101 free agents available from Gregg Rosenthal and Chris Wesseling, a running list of who has signed where, and best team fits for free agents. Additional written content on NFL.com includes daily free agency debriefs from Gregg RosenthalElliot Harrison’s 11 best free agent signings from 2018, Adam Rank’s Unpopular Opinions, Cynthia Frelund’s three best analytical free agent signings and three head-scratchers, and more.

NFL Network’s NFL Free Agency Frenzy coverage features analysts Brian BillickDavid CarrCharley CasserlyMichael Irvin, Maurice Jones-DrewWillie McGinest and Steve Smith Sr., NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, NFL Media analytics expert Cynthia Frelund, reporters Judy BattistaMike GarafoloTom PelisseroMichael SilverJim Trotter and Steve Wyche, fantasy expert Michael Fabiano, and hosts Rich EisenRhett LewisAndrew SicilianoAmber Theoharis and Cole Wright.

Additionally, NFL Network reporters MJ AcostaTiffany BlackmonPatrick ClaybonMike GiardiKimberly JonesAditi KinkhabwalaRandy MossJames PalmerOmar Ruiz and Jane Slater will be stationed at various team facilities around the league providing the latest news reports.

Also joining NFL Network’s extensive NFL Free Agency Frenzy coverage are former Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and former New York Giants Vice President of Player Personnel Marc Ross.

Live streaming of NFL Network’s NFL Free Agency Frenzy coverage is available across devices (smartphone, PC, tablet and connected TVs) through the NFL app, TuneIn or NFL.com/watch for subscribers of participating NFL Network providers.

NFL Total Access airs each night at 7:00 PM ET recapping the day’s action and providing the latest news reports, with hosts Scott Hanson and Lindsay Rhodes, analysts Shaun O’Hara and Joe Thomas, and reporter Steve Wyche. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday’s editions of NFL Total Access expand to three hours of live coverage.

Good Morning Football kicks off NFL Network’s coverage each day at 7:00 AM ET, with Kay AdamsNate BurlesonPeter Schrager and Kyle Brandt.

 

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NFL teams name Franchise Players

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FRANCHISE PLAYERS NAMED

Franchise and transition player designations were announced today for the 2019 NFL free agency signing period, which begins at 4:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 13.

A club can designate one “franchise” player or one “transition” player among its veteran free agents.

The salary offer by a player’s club determines whether the franchise player designation is exclusive or non-exclusive.

An “exclusive” franchise player – not free to sign with another club – is offered the greater of (i) the average of the top five salaries at the player’s position for the current year as of the end of the restricted free agent signing period on April 19; or (ii) the amount of the required tender for a “non-exclusive” franchise player, as explained below.

Article 10, Section 2(a)(i) of the CBA sets forth the methodology, known as the “Cap Percentage Average,” for calculating the required tender for such a player:​

The Nonexclusive Franchise Tender shall be a one year NFL Player Contract for (A) the average of the five largest Prior Year Salaries for players at the position . . . at which the Franchise Player participated in the most plays during the prior League Year, which average shall be calculated by: (1) summing the amounts of the Franchise Tags for players at that position for the five preceding League Years; (2) dividing the resulting amount by the sum of the Salary Caps for the five preceding League Years . . . ; and (3) multiplying the resulting percentage by the Salary Cap for the upcoming League Year . . . (the “Cap Percentage Average”) . . . ; or (B) 120% of his Prior Year Salary, whichever is greater . . . .

 

If a club extends a required tender to a non-exclusive franchise player pursuant to this section, the player shall be permitted to negotiate a player contract with any club, except that draft choice compensation of two first-round draft selections shall be made in the event he signs with a new club.

The signing period for franchise players begins at 4:00 p.m. (ET) on March 13 and ends on the Tuesday following the 10th week of the season (November 12).

This year, six players were designated as non-exclusive franchise players.

2019 FRANCHISE PLAYERS

Club Player Position
Atlanta Falcons Grady Jarrett DT
Dallas Cowboys Demarcus Lawrence DE
Houston Texans Jadeveon Clowney LB
Kansas City Chiefs Dee Ford LB
San Francisco 49ers Robbie Gould K
Seattle Seahawks Frank Clark DE

 

A transition player is offered the greater of (i) the average of the top 10 prior year salaries at the player’s position, which average is calculated using the same methodology used for non-exclusive franchise players (the Cap Percentage Average); or (ii) 120% of his prior year salary.

If a club extends a required tender to a transition player, the player shall be permitted to negotiate a contract with any club subject to his prior club’s right of first refusal, except that no draft choice compensation shall be made with respect to such player if his prior club declines to exercise its right of first refusal.

The signing period for transition players begins at 4:00 p.m. (ET) on March 13 and ends on July 22.  After July 22 and until 4:00p.m. (ET) on the Tuesday following the 10th week of the season (November 12), the prior club has exclusive negotiating rights.

This year, no player was designated as a transition player.

The Salary Cap for the 2019 league year has been set at $188,200,000 per club. The resulting 2019 Cap Percentage Average (“CPA”) tenders for non-exclusive franchise players and transition players are as follows:

NON-EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE PLAYERS

Position Tender Amount
Quarterback $ 24,865,000
Running Back $ 11,214,000
Wide Receiver $ 16,787,000
Tight End $ 10,387,000
Offensive Linemen $ 14,067,000
Defensive End $ 17,128,000
Defensive Tackle $ 15,209,000
Linebacker $ 15,443,000
Cornerback $ 16,022,000
Safety $ 11,150,000
Kicker/Punter $   4,971,000

 

TRANSITION PLAYERS

Position Tender Amount
Quarterback $ 22,783,000
Running Back $   9,099,000
Wide Receiver $ 14,794,000
Tight End $   8,815,000
Offensive Linemen $ 12,866,000
Defensive End $ 14,360,000
Defensive Tackle $ 12,378,000
Linebacker $ 13,222,000
Cornerback $ 13,703,000
Safety $   9,531,000
Kicker/Punter $   4,537,000

 

NFL announces Compensatory Draft Choices for teams

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NFL ANNOUNCES 32 COMPENSATORY DRAFT CHOICES TO 15 CLUBS​

A total of 32 compensatory choices in the 2019 NFL Draft have been awarded to 15 teams, the NFL announced today.  ​

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

The compensatory picks will be positioned within the third through seventh rounds based on the value of the compensatory free agents lost.

Compensatory free agents are determined by a formula based on salary, playing time and postseason honors.  The formula was developed by the NFL Management Council.  Not every free agent lost or signed by a club is covered by this formula.  No club may receive more than four compensatory picks in any one year.  If a club qualifies for more than four compensatory picks after offsetting each CFA lost by each CFA gained of an equal or higher value, the four highest remaining selections will be awarded to the club.

The Collective Bargaining Agreement limits the number of compensatory selections to the number of clubs then in the League (32).  This year, six clubs: the Baltimore Ravens, the Cincinnati Bengals, the Indianapolis Colts, the Los Angeles Rams, the New York Giants, and the San Francisco 49ers qualified for compensatory selections under the net loss formula but will not receive those picks because the final numerical values of the CFAs who were lost by those clubs ranked 33rd through 39th among the final numerical values of all compensatory selections.  Each of those six clubs will receive compensatory selections for other CFAs lost whose final numerical values ranked within the top 32.

The following 2019 compensatory draft picks have been determined by the NFL Management Council for the 2019 NFL Draft, which will be held on April 25-27 in Nashville:

Round Round Choice/

Overall Selection

Team
3 33-96 Washington
3 34-97 New England
3 35-98 Los Angeles Rams
3 36-99 Los Angeles Rams
3 37-100 Carolina
3 38-101 New England
3 39-102 Baltimore
     
4 33-135 Indianapolis
4 34-136 Dallas
4 35-137 Atlanta
4 36-138 Philadelphia
     
5 33-171 New York Giants
5 34-172 Atlanta
5 35-173 Washington
     
6 33-205 New England
6 34-206 Washington
6 35-207 Arizona
6 36-208 Philadelphia
6 37-209 Minnesota
6 38-210 Cincinnati
6 39-211 Cincinnati
6 40-212 San Francisco
6 41-213 Cincinnati
6 42-214 Kansas City
     
7 33-247 Minnesota
7 34-248 Arizona
7 35-249 Arizona
7 36-250 Minnesota
7 37-251 Los Angeles Rams
7 38-252 New England
7 39-253 Washington
7 40-254 Arizona

The compensatory free agents lost and gained in 2018 by the clubs that will receive compensatory picks in the 2019 Draft:

ARIZONA Lost: Brown, Jaron; Brown, John; Gabbert, Blaine; Martin, Kareem; Stanton, Drew; Williams, Tramon
Gained: Pugh, Justin; Smith, Andre
 
ATLANTA Lost: Clayborn, Adrian; Gabriel, Taylor; Poe, Dontari; Roberts, Andre
Gained: Fusco, Brandon; Paulsen, Logan
 
BALTIMORE Lost: Jensen, Ryan; Wallace, Mike; Watson, Benjamin
Gained: Brown, John
 
CAROLINA Lost: Dickson, Ed; Lotulelei, Star; Norwell, Andrew
Gained: Cockrell, Ross; Poe, Dontari
 
CINCINNATI Lost: Bodine, Russell; Hill, Jeremy; McCarron, A.J.; Smith, Andre; Smith, Chris
Gained: Brown, Preston
 
DALLAS Lost: Hitchens, Anthony; Wilber, Kyle
Gained: Fleming, Cameron
 
INDIANAPOLIS Lost: Bostic, Jon; Gore, Frank; Melvin, Rashaan; Mingo, Barkevious; Moncrief, Donte
Gained: Autry, Denico; Grant, Ryan; Slauson, Matt
 
KANSAS CITY Lost: Fulton, Zach; Logan, Bennie; Mitchell, Terrance; Pierre-Louis, Kevin; Wilson, Albert
Gained: Henne, Chad; Hitchens, Anthony; Watkins, Sammy; Williams, Damien
 
LOS ANGELES RAMS Lost: Carrier, Derek; Davis, Cody; Johnson, Trumaine; Watkins, Sammy
Gained:  
 
MINNESOTA Lost: Bridgewater, Teddy; Brock, Tramaine; Keenum, Case; McKinnon, Jerick; Stephen, Shamar
Gained: Cousins, Kirk; Richardson, Sheldon
 
NEW ENGLAND Lost: Amendola, Danny; Bademosi, Johnson; Butler, Malcolm; Fleming, Cameron; Lewis, Dion; Solder, Nate
Gained: Clayborn, Adrian; Hill, Jeremy
 
NEW YORK GIANTS Lost: Cockrell, Ross; Fluker, D.J.; Kennard, Devon; Pugh, Justin; Richburg, Weston; Smith, Geno
Gained: Latimer, Cody; Martin, Kareem; Solder, Nate; Thomas, Michael
 
PHILADELPHIA Lost: Allen, Beau; Blount, LeGarrette; Burton, Trey; Robinson, Patrick
Gained: Ngata, Haloti; Wallace, Mike
 
SAN FRANCISCO Lost: Fusco, Brandon; Hall, Leon; Hyde, Carlos; Lynch, Aaron; Paulsen, Logan
Gained: McKinnon, Jerick; Richburg, Weston
 
WASHINGTON Lost: Compton, Will; Cousins, Kirk; Grant, Ryan; Long, Spencer; Murphy, Trent; Paul, Niles
​​ Gained: Richardson, Paul​


2019 NFL COMPENSATORY DRAFT PICKS

Arizona 4
New England 4
Washington 4
Cincinnati 3
Los Angeles Rams 3
Minnesota 3
Atlanta 2
Philadelphia 2
Baltimore 1
Carolina 1
Dallas 1
Indianapolis 1
Kansas City 1
New York Giants 1
San Francisco 1
TOTAL 32


SUMMARY OF COMPENSATORY DRAFT PICKS, 1994-2019

Baltimore 50
Dallas 42
Green Bay 42
New England 39
Los Angeles Rams 36
Cincinnati 35
Philadelphia 32
Pittsburgh 32
San Francisco 31
Tennessee 30
Seattle 29
Buffalo 28
Arizona 26
Kansas City 25
New York Giants 25
Indianapolis 23
Minnesota 22
Atlanta 21
Denver 21
Detroit 21
Oakland 21
Los Angeles Chargers 20
Miami 20
Jacksonville 19
Tampa Bay 19
Carolina 18
Chicago 17
Washington 16
Houston 15
New York Jets 14
Cleveland 13
New Orleans 10
TOTAL 812