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New England Patriots Receive Fourth Round Compensatory Draft Pick

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The 2014 compensatory draft picks were announced today, and the Pats surprisingly received a fourth rounder. Most analysts had predicted that New England would get a much worse pick, and with this year’s talented group of prospects, getting a pick in the fourth round is just awesome.

Here is the full list of compensatory picks:

ROUND OVERALL SELECTION TEAM
3 33-97 Pittsburgh
3 34-98 Green Bay
3 35-99 Baltimore
3 36-100 San Francisco
4 33-133 Detroit
4 34-134 Baltimore
4 35-135 Houston
4 36-136 Detroit
4 37-137 New York Jets
4 38-138 Baltimore
4 39-139 Atlanta
4 40-140 New England
5 33-173 Pittsburgh
5 34-174 New York Giants
5 35-175 Baltimore
5 36-176 Green Bay 6 33-209 New York Jets
6 34-210 New York Jets
6 35-211 Houston
6 36-212 Cincinnati
6 37-213 New York Jets
6 38-214 St. Louis
6 39-215 Pittsburgh
7 33-248 Dallas
7 34-249 St. Louis
7 35-250 St. Louis
7 36-251 Dallas
7 37-252 Cincinnati
7 38-253 Atlanta
7 39-254 Dallas
7 40-255 Atlanta
7 41-256 Houston

They received this pick because of the players they lost in last year’s free agency. New England lost wide receiver Wes Welker, running back Danny Woodhead, safety Patrick Chung, and offensive lineman Donald Thomas.

The Patriots now have a pick in the first, second, third, two in the fourth, two in the sixth, and one in the seventh.

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