The Green Bay Packers have been awarded 4 compensatory draft pick in the 2018 NFL draft -- including a fourth-round pick.
Here is the full list of picks:
- 133rd selection (33rd in the 4th round)
- 172nd selection (35th in the 5th round)
- 174th selection (37th in the 5th round)
- 207th selection (33rd in the 6th round)
This now means the Packers have 11 overall picks in seven rounds.
Green Bay was tied with the Cincinnati Bengals and Dallas Cowboys for the most compensatory picks.
Picks are award based off players a team loses and gains in free agency.
The Packers lost six players in total: Jared Cook, Micah Hyde, Eddie Lacy, T.J. Lang, Juilus Peppers, and J.C. Tretter. They only gained Jahri Evans.
Only two teams lost more total players: The Cowboys lost 10 and gained 1; the Oakland Raiders lost 9 and gained 3.
Here is an overview of how the NFL awarded compensatory draft picks today to 15 teams: pic.twitter.com/jsnrYjG7p5
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 23, 2018
But compensatory picks aren't new for the Packers. Since the 1994 season, Green Bay has had 42 in total. Only Baltimore--with 49--has more.
#Packers tied for the most compensatory picks in April’s draft with four, including one in the 4th round. Since 1994, only the Ravens have been awarded more compensatory picks than Green Bay. pic.twitter.com/249cdJqYCE
— Zach Heilprin (@ZachHeilprin) February 23, 2018