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    We lost Thomas and Welker to free agency this year.  Any thought on compensation picks?I know Thomas went to IR but he was the starting tackle before that.  I am thinking at least one end of third round pick?

     
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    I'm must be slow today, who is Thomas??

     
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    Welker we might get something but because of the FA's we signed this year Amendola might cancel out any compensation we would have gotten for Welker, which would only make the signing even worse.

     
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    Draft pics?  Here's one:

     
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    Amendola DEFINITELY doesn't wipe out Welker's loss when it comes to compensetory picks.  Doesn't it go by stats?  Because homer's might have (and still might) think that Danny On-the-Mendola effectively replaces Welker, but stats and games played don't lie. 

     
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    The picks are added to the teams based on the production of the FA player that left. The pat's will have a pick added for Welker and the Rams will get an extra pick for Amendola. I don't believe any team loses a pick so they don't get cancelled out.

     

    EDIT: Couldn't find anything definitive on the formula or model so who the heck knows how they distribute these picks.

     
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    In response to ghostofjri37's comment:
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    The picks are added to the teams based on the production of the FA player that left. The pat's will have a pick added for Welker and the Rams will get an extra pick for Amendola. I don't believe any team loses a pick so they don't get cancelled out.

     

    EDIT: Couldn't find anything definitive on the formula or model so who the heck knows how they distribute these picks.

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    Here's what they listed on their site but there is no straight set of rules more based on a councils determinatino of value:

    "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 team is covered by this formula."

    under these rules based on salary and postseason honors Welker and Amendola should almost wipe each other out (unless Welker gets a ring and Amendola gets knocked out the first week) and if Welker misses a couple games in the lasts weeks playing time will roughly be about the same. The main difference will be production but they isn't a high enough difference in production to warrent a high draft pick from Welker. So, no matter how much we want a comp pick from Welker chances are we won't get one or a high one since we signed Amendola. However, since Amendola signed a good contract, will make the playoffs, and has played in more then 2/3rds the season the Rams should get a fairly decent comp pick from Amendola.

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/story/0ap1000000151670/article/nfl-awards-32-compensatory-draft-picks-to-16-teams

     
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    Oct 22, 2013  Projection by Mike Loyko (not official) http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2013/09/mike-loykos-2014-nfl-mock-draft-edition-1-0.html#more-27049

     

    Draft Picks and Compensatory Selections:

    The Patriots have their full compliment of draft picks in 2014, one pick in each of the seven rounds. Based on research and numbers from past years the Patriots are expected to receive a few compensatory selections this year. The loss of Wes Welker is cancelled out by the signing of Danny Amendola. However, the Patriots lost both Donald Thomas and Patrick Chung to fairly large contracts, as well as Danny Woodhead to a smaller contract. Based on previous years I project the Patriots to receiver two 6th Round Selections for Thomas and Chung, and possibly a 7th round pick for Danny Woodhead. This will give the Patriots 10 selections in the 2014 NFL Draft. NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko

     

     

     
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    In response to jjdbrasil's comment:
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    Oct 22, 2013  Projection by Mike Loyko (not official) http://www.nepatriotsdraft.com/2013/09/mike-loykos-2014-nfl-mock-draft-edition-1-0.html#more-27049

     

    Draft Picks and Compensatory Selections:

    The Patriots have their full compliment of draft picks in 2014, one pick in each of the seven rounds. Based on research and numbers from past years the Patriots are expected to receive a few compensatory selections this year. The loss of Wes Welker is cancelled out by the signing of Danny Amendola. However, the Patriots lost both Donald Thomas and Patrick Chung to fairly large contracts, as well as Danny Woodhead to a smaller contract. Based on previous years I project the Patriots to receiver two 6th Round Selections for Thomas and Chung, and possibly a 7th round pick for Danny Woodhead. This will give the Patriots 10 selections in the 2014 NFL Draft. NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko

     

     

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    That makes sense. The A. Wilson signing didn't pan out so we should get something for Chung and Washington for Woodhead didn't pan out either so we should get something for him. Also Thomas's contract and playing time should warrent something so that sounds about right

     
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    Thanks for the info gents looks like PatsEng had it fairly close in his earlier post in the thread.

     
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