2014 NFL compensatory pick projections

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  1. CpuFan

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    That makes sense with all the money Miami spent in free agency.
     
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    We don't get anything after losing Tony McDaniels, Jake Long, Vontae, Dansby, Smith, Burnett, Bush, and Fasano? Not even a 5th?
     
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    we traded vontae, cut dansby and burnett, those players dont count towards comp picks from what i understand. plus we brought in a lot of fa's, that would outweigh our fa losses
     
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    Miami Brought in Ellerbe, Wheeler, Grimes, Keller, V. Martin, Wallace, Gibson. Clabo doesn't count because he was cut from his team.
    Miami lost Long, Bush, Fasano, Smith, McDaniels, Mastrud, Amaya, and Marlon Moore. Dansby, Burnett, and Richard Marshall don't count because they were cut.

    I have 7 in and 8 out, but I don't believe Mastrud, Amay, and Moore will count because they all signed for Vet min of 630k, which is under the salary floor of the comp pick program. if that's the case, it's 7 in and 5 out, which means no comp pick for Miami.
     
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    How many 1st round picks were awarded to the beloved Pats?
     

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