2010 NFL Draft Compensatory Picks Announced

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis has to definitely be happy about the two compensatory picks for the 2010 NFL Draft that his team received including 3rd and 4th rounders

At this week’s 2010 NFL Annual Meeting, 19 teams were awarded compensatory picks in the upcoming 2010 NFL Draft. The Big Winner for losing players via free agency in 2009 is the New England Patriots who were awarded four picks. 

The Tennessee Titans, Cincinnati Bengals, and Atlanta Falcons received the highest level of picks with 3rd rounders coming their way. For you Eagles fans out there, they got two 7th Rd Picks (243 and 244).

Since the NFL began awarding compensatory picks in 1994, the Baltimore Ravens have received the most compensatory picks, with 29.

Here is a complete list of the 2010 NFL Draft compensatory picks

Round 3

96. Cincinnati
97. Tennessee
98. Atlanta

Round 4

131. Cincinnati

Round 5

164. Pittsburgh
165. Atlanta
166. Pittsburgh
167. Minnesota
168. San Diego
169. Green Bay

Round 6

202. Carolina
203. Jacksonville
204. Carolina
205. New England
206. San Francisco
207. Tennessee

Round 7

240. Indianapolis
241. Tennessee
242. Pittsburgh
243. Philadelphia
244. Philadelphia
245. Seattle
246. Indianapolis
247. New England
248. New England
249. Carolina
250. New England
251. Oakland
252. Miami
253. Tampa Bay
254. St. Louis
255. Detroit


Author: lloydvance

Lloyd Vance is a NFL Writer, Analyst, Draft Expert, Researcher, and Historian. He serves as a Editor for "Taking It to the House and he covers the NFL on a daily basis. He is an Accredited Member of NFL Media and Philadelphia Eagles Media. Member of the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA), Pro Football Researchers Association (PFRA), and The Maxwell Football Club

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