March 23, 2021
The Philadelphia Eagles aren't likely to score big in the 2022 compensatory pick market, because, well, their list of potential outgoing 2021 free agents isn't exactly a who's who of NFL greatness.
Still, by popular demand, we'll track the Eagles' comp picks this offseason, out of love.
• CB/S Jalen Mills: Reportedly signed a four-year deal worth $24 million with the New England Patriots.
• S Rudy Ford: Reportedly signed a two-year deal worth $4.2 million with the Jacksonville Jaguars. That's probably enough to qualify toward the formula at the seventh round level.
• P Cameron Johnston: Johnston was a restricted free agent that the Eagles did not tender, who became an unrestricted free agent as a result. Those guys don't count toward the comp pick formula, as confirmed by OTC's Nick Korte.
• LB Duke Riley: Veteran minimum deal, per Dave Zangaro. He won't count toward the formula.
• S Anthony Harris: Harris reportedly signed a one-year deal worth $5 million. OTC's Nick Korte is projecting that he will count in the comp pick formula at the sixth-round level.
• QB Joe Flacco: For some reason, the Eagles signed Flacco to a one-year deal worth $3.5 million, fully guaranteed. He'll count toward the formula, and cancel out one of the outgoing Eagles free agents. Flacco will technically cancel out Rudy Ford, but in reality, had the Eagles not signed Flacco, Harris would have canceled out Ford, and Mills still likely would have counted at the fifth-round level.
• S Andrew Adams: Adams' contract (details here, via Dave Zangaro) will not be enough to qualify toward the comp pick formula.
We'll lean on OverTheCap's compensatory pick cancellation chart here.
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