Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell (left) introduces Eric Fisher (Central Michigan) as the number one overall pick to the Kansas City Chiefs during the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

No Compensation Picks For The Chiefs In 2014 NFL Draft


The NFL announced to the Chiefs will not receive an compensatory picks for lost free agents from the 2013 off season. Next year, however, should be much different.

If you need a quick refresher for how the compensation pick system works, click here.

In short, Kansas City’s free agent activity last off season combine with the lack of production from the free agents they lost led to the Chiefs not earning a compensation pick. This was not a surprise.

Next year the Chiefs could receive up to four compensatory draft picks. Kansas City has already lost six free agents who could be compensation eligible while staying relatively inactive in free agency. The league caps compensation picks at four total so Kansas City won’t be recover a pick for every free agent they lost, however they have a really strong chance at earning the maximum four compensatory picks.

Kansas City has a full slate of picks available for 2015 plus up to four compensation picks. This could be a factor in if Kansas City choses to trade a 2015 draft pick for a pick in 2014. At the very least it means Kansas City is going to have a lot of picks in the 2015 draft.

 

 

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  • KcNdaRock

    Dorsey loves the later round jewels. Prob had it in his plan all along..

  • Stacy D. Smith

    Not good.

  • Daniel Mayfield

    Don’t know what to think. Not good now but great in the long run. Get a good trade for a 2015 draft. Who knows?