2020 Compensatory Draft Picks Update (5/13/2019)

kingfin23

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Sounds definitely not right. Comp picks are only designed formula is to help the Patriots. So since were there rivals. They will make up some BS like this. This has Zero to do with James or Wake.
 

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https://overthecap.com/2020-compensatory-draft-picks-update-5-13-2019/

Teams with CFAs signed
  • Miami: Ryan Fitzpatrick signed a $5.5 million APY contract, but that happened before the team traded for Josh Rosen during the draft. Should Rosen beat out Fitzpatrick in camp, the Dolphins could pick up a 7th round comp pick for either Brandon Bolden or Frank Gore–or to preserve higher comp picks (see below). Miami would have to incur an additional $1.5 million cap and cash hit in 2019 in order to do so, however. Trading Fitzpatrick does not help for comp pick purposes, as they would still be charged with Fitzpatrick as a CFA gained.
Teams with CFAs lost
  • Miami: As mentioned, the contracts of both Bolden and Gore make neither a lock to make the rosters of their new teams. If one of them get cut (or the 36 year old Gore retires), the Dolphins would be at risk for losing their 5th round comp pick for Cameron Wake. If both of their contracts were terminated, they could lose their 3rd rounder for Ja’Wuan James and be shut out of comp picks entirely.
Thanks for the info. Now routing even stronger for Cam and Gore.
 

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https://overthecap.com/2020-compensatory-draft-picks-update-5-13-2019/

Teams with CFAs signed
  • Miami: Ryan Fitzpatrick signed a $5.5 million APY contract, but that happened before the team traded for Josh Rosen during the draft. Should Rosen beat out Fitzpatrick in camp, the Dolphins could pick up a 7th round comp pick for either Brandon Bolden or Frank Gore–or to preserve higher comp picks (see below). Miami would have to incur an additional $1.5 million cap and cash hit in 2019 in order to do so, however. Trading Fitzpatrick does not help for comp pick purposes, as they would still be charged with Fitzpatrick as a CFA gained.
Teams with CFAs lost
  • Miami: As mentioned, the contracts of both Bolden and Gore make neither a lock to make the rosters of their new teams. If one of them get cut (or the 36 year old Gore retires), the Dolphins would be at risk for losing their 5th round comp pick for Cameron Wake. If both of their contracts were terminated, they could lose their 3rd rounder for Ja’Wuan James and be shut out of comp picks entirely.
All in all a 3rd, no doubt (James), other = possible 5th (most likely) and as mentioned a possible 7th. Now that is how you plan for the future. Cap $ and draft capital. The old Patriot way has made its way to Miami, thank God for that!!!
 

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No accurate prediction can be made on comp picks until the upcoming season plays out and the years contracts are (or are not) played out. Until that point, it's just educated speculation with incomplete data.
 
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