I've posted this many times, but this is the way comp selections work.
1) Total # of FAs lost - total # of FAs signed determines the # of comp picks. (you can see this for yourself with the FAs signed and lost and comp picks this year)
2) Contract size and PT determine round of the comp pick by matching out FAs signed to FAs lost.
3) Sometimes even if you have the same or more FAs signed as lost but what you lost was of significantly higher value, you still get a comp at the end of the 7th round.
We signed more FAs than we lost. At most we're getting 1 comp pick at the end of the 7th.
EDIT: I know people will refuse to believe me on this, but see 2013:
FalconsLost: 4Gained: 0Comp Picks: 4Ravens:Lost: 6Gained: 2Comp Picks: 4Bengals:Lost: 5Gained: 3Comp Picks: 2Lions:Lost: 2Gained: 0Comp Picks: 2Packers:Lost: 2Gained: 1Comp Picks: 1Texans:Lost: 4Gained: 2Comp Picks: 2Colts (see above, gained as many as they lost, but the lost was assigned at higher value than the gained by the formula, so they get 1 pick at the end of the 7th)Chiefs:Lost: 4Gained: 2Comp Picks: 2Dolphins:Lost: 4Gained: 2Comp Picks: 2Giants: (same as Colts above, equal number of lost gained, but loss was higher value due to formula, so they get one comp at the end of the 7th)Raiders: Lost: 4Gained: 3Comp Picks: 1 Eagles:Lost: 2Gained: 1Comp Picks: 1Steelers:Lost: 1Gained: 0Comp Picks: 1 9ers:Lost: 3Gained: 1Comp Picks: 2 + 1 at the end of the 7th for having lost better value than they gained according to the formula(if Manningham had played all year they wouldn't have gotten the bonus end of the 7th pick). Seahawks: Lost: 4Gained: 2Comp Picks: 2Titans:Lost: 3Gained: 0Comp Picks: 3
[ Edited by PopeyeJonesing on Apr 28, 2013 at 7:27 AM ]