Steelers receive compensatory draft pick

The NFL announced 32 compensatory picks during the league owners meetings in Phoenix on Monday, with 16 teams getting additional draft picks, including the Steelers.

The Steelers were awarded a sixth-round pick, the 38th in the sixth round and the 206th pick overall, in this year's NFL Draft, April 25-27.

The team was awarded the pick based on their compensatory free agent losses and signings last year. A team that loses more or better compensatory free agents than it signs the previous year is eligible to receive a compensatory pick.

The Steelers lost cornerback William Gay, who signed back with them this year, and didn't have any compensatory free agent signings.

The following is a complete list of compensatory picks.

 

ROUND CHOICE/

 

ROUND

OVERALL SELECTION

TEAM

3

33-95

Houston

3

34-96

Kansas City

3

35-97

Tennessee

4

33-130

Baltimore

4

34-131

San Francisco

4

35-132

Detroit

4

36-133

Atlanta

5

33-166

Miami

5

34-167

Green Bay

5

35-168

Baltimore

6

33-201

Houston

6

34-202

Tennessee

6

35-203

Baltimore

6

36-204

Kansas City

6

37-205

Oakland

6

38-206

Pittsburgh

7

33-239

Philadelphia

7

34-240

Cincinnati

7

35-241

Seattle

7

36-242

Seattle

7

37-243

Atlanta

7

38-244

Atlanta

7

39-245

Detroit

7

40-246

San Francisco

7

41-247

Baltimore

7

42-248

Tennessee

7

43-249

Atlanta

7

44-250

Miami

7

45-251

Cincinnati

7

46-252

San Francisco

7

47-253

New York Giants

7

48-254

Indianapolis


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