Philadelphia Eagles Awarded Two Compensatory Picks: I Propose a Trade

March 26, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFL officials announced yesterday the compensatory picks for each of the 32 teams in the league and with it the Philadelphia Eagles learned they are getting two additional picks in the seventh round, 236th and 239th overall.
The added picks were awarded based off of the players, defensive end Jason Babin and safety Sean Jones, who were lost during the 2009 free-agency period. The picks also take in to account for players who the Eagles front office signed during free agency.
Bo Wulf of the Eagles official website was on top of the topic today and reminded fans not to take the seventh round picks lightly and that true talent can still be found at the tail end of any draft.
Wulf offered players such as RB Rashad Jennings (2009), Ahmad Bradshaw (2007), WR Marques Colston (2006) and the Eagles' own 2010 seventh round pick, safety Kurt Coleman, who was selected with the 244th overall pick, as primary examples of such players who have had success ...

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