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Full rundown of 2020 NFL Draft compensatory picks

Which teams will benefit the most from compensatory picks in 2020?

A general view of AT&T Stadium prior to the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft on April 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

The NFL announced the list of compensatory draft picks this morning. The amount of draft picks received by each team is determined by the free agents that each team gained subtracted from the free agents that they lost. The league uses a formula based on salary, playing time and postseason honors. The league hands out 32 of the picks and they are split between the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seven rounds.

The New England Patriots will receive four compensatory picks which is both the highest number a team can be rewarded and more than any other team in the league this year. They will get two in the third round and two in the sixth, bringing them to a total of 12 draft picks this year.

The Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos, New York Giants, Seattle Seahawks, and Minnesota Vikings each received three picks.

A full list of all of the NFL compensatory draft picks can be seen below.

3 (33-97) — Houston Texans
3 (34-98) — New England Patriots
3 (35-99) — New York Giants
3 (36-100) — New England Patriots
3 (37-101) — Seattle Seahawks
3 (38-102) — Pittsburgh Steelers
3 (39-103) — Philadelphia Eagles
3 (40-104) — Los Angeles Rams
3 (41-105) — Minnesota Vikings
3 (42-106) — Baltimore Ravens

4 (33-139) — Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 (34-140) — Chicago Bears
4 (35-141) — Miami Dolphins
4 (36-142) — Washington
4 (37-143) — Baltimore Ravens
4 (38-144) — Seattle Seahawks
4 (39-145) — Philadelphia Eagles
4 (40-146) — Philadelphia Eagles

5 (33-178) — Denver Broncos
5 (34-179) — Dallas Cowboys

6 (33-212) — New England Patriots
6 (34-213) — New England Patriots
6 (35-214) — Seattle Seahawks

7 (33-247) — New York Giants
7 (34-248) — Houston Texans
7 (35-249) — Minnesota Vikings
7 (36-250) — Houston Texans
7 (37-251) — Miami Dolphins
7 (38-252) — Denver Broncos
7 (39-253) — Minnesota Vikings
7 (40-254) — Denver Broncos
7 (41-255) — New York Giants