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April 14, 2022

Eagles 2023 compensatory draft pick tracker

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The Philadelphia Eagles aren't likely to score big in the 2023 compensatory pick market, because, well, their list of potential outgoing 2022 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.

Players lost

CB Steven Nelson: Nelson signed with the Texans, reportedly on a two-year deal worth $10 million. He'll count toward the comp pick formula at that price tag. 

S Rodney McLeod: McLeod signed with the Colts. Financial terms are not yet known.

DT Hassan Ridgeway: Ridgeway will reportedly sign a one-year deal worth $2.5 million with the 49ers. That probably won't be a big enough contract to qualify him for the comp pick formula. 

LB Genard Avery: One-year contract, a little over $1 million, not enough to count toward the comp pick formula.

Players gained

DE/SAM Haason Reddick: Reddick signed a three-year deal worth $45 million. There's almost no chance that the Eagles will lose a player who ends up being more expensive than Reddick, so Reddick will cancel out whoever ends up being the Eagles' highest-paid outgoing free agent.

LB Kyzir White: White signed a one-year deal worth $3 million, plus an additional $2 million that can be earned through incentives.

WR Zach Pascal: Pascal signed a one-year deal worth $1.5 million. That's not enough to count toward the comp pick formula. 

Comp pick cancellation chart

We'll lean on OverTheCap's compensatory pick cancellation chart here.

Players lost (APY) - Projected round Players gained (APY) - Projected round 
Steven Nelson ($5 million) - 6Haason Reddick ($15 million) - 4
 Kyzir White ($3 million) - 7 

The Eagles will not be awarded any compensatory picks in 2023, based on their gains/losses in 2022 free agency.

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