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Old 01-05-2011   #13
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Default Re: Compensatory Pick

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Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
Grossman should count. If he signed for enough $$$.

Bingo. Pitts was never tendered and signed late and I don't think he will count. As you suggested, the Texans will likely have a zero net loss and receive a net value loss compensatory pick in the 7th round.
(1) Players that are true unrestricted free agents and who sign with their new team during the unrestricted free agency period count.

(2) Players who were released by their former clubs do not count.

(3) Players who sign after June 1 that were not tendered offers by their former clubs also do not count.

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So, it looks like Pitts falls into category (3) and does not count.

Grosman probably signed for the veteran minimum of $760K.
He did start the last 3 games, so maybe he earned some bonus for playing time???
Maybe we're in luck.
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