The annual collectors of compensatory picks are at it again.
The Ravens received three extra picks Monday, adding a pair of fourth-rounders and a fifth when the league finalized the draft order.
The Ravens have always drafted well, which keeps them from having to spend in free agency. Then when their guys leave for greener pastures, they rake in the extra picks to restock and start the process all over again.
Comp picks are awarded based on net free agency gains and losses from the previous year.
The other big winner was the Bengals, who gained an extra third and a fourth after losing defensive end Michael Johnson and tackle Anthony Collins as unrestricted free agents last year. Both were signed by the Bucs, both were cut after one year, and Johnson has since re-signed with the Bengals.
The Patriots and Chiefs also gained third-rounders.
The NFL announced the full list Monday night, at the conclusion of the day’s business at the owners meetings. Here’s a look at the full list, with round and overall pick number:
3-97, New England
3-98, Kansas City
4-132, San Francisco
5-172, Kansas City
5-173, Kansas City
6-210, Green Bay
6-212, Green Bay
6-215, St. Louis
6-217, Kansas City
7-253, New England
7-254, San Francisco