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    Post Comp Picks for Wallace & Lewis

    I believe we get a 3rd for WALLACE
    What do we get for Keenan Lewis?? 4th??
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    I don't think Lewis' contract was especially big, was it?

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    Big Enough to where we didn't match it or even come close.
    5yr/$26million ($11 million signing)
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    Don't laugh but will the loss of James Harrison get us a pick? I don't know the rules on this too well...
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    No, because Harrison was cut..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    I don't think Lewis' contract was especially big, was it?
    I thought the size of the contract was only one consideration? Don't they also take into consideration whether the player was a starter and stats or somethings like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBuckeye View Post
    I thought the size of the contract was only one consideration? Don't they also take into consideration whether the player was a starter and stats or somethings like that?
    I don't know the exact formula, but it's a combination of salary, stats, and post-season honors (e.g. All Pro, Pro Bowl, etc.).
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiproast View Post
    I don't know the exact formula, but it's a combination of salary, stats, and post-season honors (e.g. All Pro, Pro Bowl, etc.).
    You are not alone. Nobody knows the formula. The NFL keeps it a secret, even though some are pretty good at predicting the outcomes. There was a guy who had a blog that was over 90% accurate, but he eventually stopped writing it.

    The Steelers should get comp picks for Lewis and Wallace. Wallace is likely to be a third, and I'd guess a 4th or 5th for Lewis. I think that Mendenhall and Gradkowski will cancel each other out.

    I believe that Starks signed too late, and I think that Will Allen and Mundy only got minimum deals, so they are unlikely to qualify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    You are not alone. Nobody knows the formula. The NFL keeps it a secret, even though some are pretty good at predicting the outcomes. There was a guy who had a blog that was over 90% accurate, but he eventually stopped writing it.

    The Steelers should get comp picks for Lewis and Wallace. Wallace is likely to be a third, and I'd guess a 4th or 5th for Lewis. I think that Mendenhall and Gradkowski will cancel each other out.

    I believe that Starks signed too late, and I think that Will Allen and Mundy only got minimum deals, so they are unlikely to qualify.
    A 3rd for Wallace seems high - he wasn't even the best WR on his own team. I thought the player had to be a "top-5 at his position" type in order to warrant 3rd round compensation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiproast View Post
    A 3rd for Wallace seems high - he wasn't even the best WR on his own team. I thought the player had to be a "top-5 at his position" type in order to warrant 3rd round compensation.
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