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Dee Dub
03-18-2010, 01:30 PM
http://adamjt13.blogspot.com/

THIRD ROUND
Tennessee (Albert Haynesworth, $11.37 million per season, 12 GP/12 GS)
Cincinnati (T.J. Houshmandzadeh, $8 million, 16/16) possibly a fourth- or fifth-round pick for Stacy Andrews
Atlanta (Dominique Foxworth, $6.8 million, 16/16) possibly a fourth-round pick

FOURTH ROUND
None

FIFTH ROUND
Pittsburgh (Bryant McFadden, $4.75 million, 16/16)
Atlanta (Michael Boley, $4.8 million, 11/11)
Pittsburgh (Nate Washington, $4.47 million, 16/15) possibly a sixth-round pick

SIXTH ROUND
Minnesota (Matt Birk, $4 million, 16/16) possibly a fifth-round pick
Green Bay (Colin Cole, $4.28 million, 16/15) possibly a fifth-round pick
Carolina (Geoff Hangartner, $3.15 million, 16/16)
Jacksonville (Mike Peterson, $3 million, 16/16)
Carolina (Frank Omiyale, $2.64 million, 16/12) possibly a seventh-round pick
Miami (Renaldo Hill, $2.5 million, 15/15) possibly a seventh-round pick

SEVENTH ROUND
New England (Jabar Gaffney, $2.5 million, 16/7) possibly a sixth-round pick
Tennessee (Chris Carr, $2.5 million, 16/4) possibly a sixth-round pick
Indianapolis (Darrell Reid, $2.27 million, 16/0)
Tennessee (Eric King, $2.125 million, 4/1)
Tennessee (Daniel Loper, $2 million, 8/5)
Pittsburgh (Byron Leftwich, $2 million, 3/3)
Philadelphia (Sean Considine, $1.45 million, 11/6)
Philadelphia (L.J. Smith, $1.5 million, 12/0)
San Diego (Mike Goff, $1.35 million, 8/7) possibly a fifth- or sixth-round pick for Igor Olshansky
San Francisco (Donald Strickland, $1.11 million, 9/2)
New England (Lonie Paxton, $1.03 million, 16/0)
New England (Heath Evans, $1.05 million, 6/5)
Seattle (Floyd Womack, $950,000, 13/9)
New England (LaMont Jordan, $1.01 million, 9/0)
Oakland (net-value comp pick; lost $5.7 million, 12/10; signed $1 million, 6/2)
St. Louis (non-compensatory pick)
Detroit (non-compensatory pick)
Tampa Bay (non-compensatory pick)
Kansas City (non-compensatory pick)
Washington (non-compensatory pick)

RuthlessBurgher
03-18-2010, 01:47 PM
Crap...I thought it was official. We've known about the AdamJT13 projections for a while now, SFL. He's usually pretty accurate though (except for last year, when the Alan Faneca 10 year rule means a 5th instead of 3rd caught him, as well as the rest of us, completely off guard).

Dee Dub
03-18-2010, 02:01 PM
My bad...sorry. I'm bored and started fishing around for info on the Comp picks. But in order to get my stuff read I have to pull the teaser on the subject line. :wink: It's an insecurity thing.

NJ-STEELER
03-19-2010, 04:01 PM
Crap...I thought it was official. We've known about the AdamJT13 projections for a while now, SFL. He's usually pretty accurate though (except for last year, when the Alan Faneca 10 year rule means a 5th instead of 3rd caught him, as well as the rest of us, completely off guard).

you're just itching to add to your mock draft signature.

RuthlessBurgher
03-19-2010, 04:43 PM
Crap...I thought it was official. We've known about the AdamJT13 projections for a while now, SFL. He's usually pretty accurate though (except for last year, when the Alan Faneca 10 year rule means a 5th instead of 3rd caught him, as well as the rest of us, completely off guard).

you're just itching to add to your mock draft signature.

I already have 3 guys listed in round 5 and 2 guys listed in round 7, so I am trusting that ol' Adam is correct!

steeler_fan_in_t.o.
03-21-2010, 11:43 PM
Crap...I thought it was official. We've known about the AdamJT13 projections for a while now, SFL. He's usually pretty accurate though (except for last year, when the Alan Faneca 10 year rule means a 5th instead of 3rd caught him, as well as the rest of us, completely off guard).

Wasn't the Faneca fifth because no SB winner could get a pick before the fifth? I could be wrong but going by memory.

hawaiiansteel
03-21-2010, 11:58 PM
Crap...I thought it was official. We've known about the AdamJT13 projections for a while now, SFL. He's usually pretty accurate though (except for last year, when the Alan Faneca 10 year rule means a 5th instead of 3rd caught him, as well as the rest of us, completely off guard).

Wasn't the Faneca fifth because no SB winner could get a pick before the fifth? I could be wrong but going by memory.



THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2009


Ten-year rule has been used before.

The newly revealed rule that prevented the Steelers from getting a compensatory pick higher than a fifth-rounder for Alan Faneca has been used at least twice before this year, including at least once with the Steelers.

The rule, according to two media reports out of Pittsburgh, says that a team can't receive anything higher than a fifth-round compensatory pick for a player with 10 or more seasons of NFL experience. So, for example, even though Faneca's value in the compensatory formula was the second-highest among all qualifying players, the Steelers got only a fifth-round comp pick for him because he had played 10 seasons before signing with the New York Jets.

In 1999, the same rule prevented the Steelers from getting a third-round pick for losing John Jackson, who had played 10 seasons for Pittsburgh before signing with San Diego in 1998. The Steelers did get a third-round comp pick in 1999, as well as a fifth-rounder, but it's now apparent that the third-round pick was for Yancey Thigpen, not Jackson, as I had thought at the time. Jackson and Thigpen each had a third-round value, with Jackson's value being slightly higher than Thigpen's. The Steelers also lost two lower-valued players, but those losses were negated by the signings of two lower-valued players. At the time, I questioned whether the Steelers' fifth-round comp pick was some type of "compromise" between the value of Thigpen and one of the lower-valued players lost, since none of them had a fifth-round value. But now we know that the third-round comp pick was for Thigpen, and the fifth-rounder was the highest the pick for Jackson could be, because of the 10-year rule.

One year later, in 2000, as many as four teams could have been affected by the 10-year-rule. One is definite -- the Arizona Cardinals got a fifth-round pick for losing Lomas Brown, who had a fourth-round value. The other three teams who might have gotten higher comp picks if not for the 10-year-rule were Kansas City (Rich Gannon), Pittsburgh again (Carnell Lake) and Minnesota (Jerry Ball). The Chiefs, Steelers and Vikings each had other players whose value might have been the reason they received fifth-round comp picks, but Wednesday's revelation of the 10-year-rule raises the possibility that those veteran players were the reason.

Although the Faneca fifth-rounder raised questions when first announced, it ultimately has resulted in far more answers about the process of awarding compensatory picks.


UPDATE: Add last year's fifth-round comp pick for San Diego to the list of possible picks affected by the 10-year rule. Although Donnie Edwards' value was on the borderline for a fourth- or fifth-round pick, his status as an 11-year veteran when he signed with Kansas City made it impossible for the Chargers to receive a fourth-rounder. Whether Edwards' value definitely was in the fifth round anyway, I'm not sure.

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