NFC East 2012 draft picks

There was some movement as far as 2012 draft picks go in free agency this season, so I thought we should update each team’s slate of picks in 2012. In order from most picks to least picks:

Eagles – 10 picks, definitely not receiving any compensatory picks.

Round Original Owner of pick Comments
1 Eagles  
2 Eagles  
2 Cardinals The Eagles traded Kevin Kolb to the Cardinals for Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a 2nd round pick in 2012.
3 Eagles  
4 Eagles  
4 Buccaneers The Eagles traded back from 104 to 116 with Tampa in the 2011 draft and picked up their 2012 4th round pick
5 Eagles  
6 Eagles  
6 Broncos The Eagles traded LB Joe Mays for RB J.J. Arrington, on the condition that if Arrington did not make the Eagles’ 2011 53 man roster, the Eagles would instead receive the Broncos’ 2012 6th round pick.
6 Patriots The Patriots acquired LB Tracy White and the Eagles’ 2012 seventh-round draft choice in exchange for the Pats’ 2012 sixth-round draft choice.

Redskins – 9 picks, definitely not receiving any compensatory picks.

Round Original owner of pick Comments
1 Redskins  
2 Redskins  
3 Redskins  
4 Redskins  
4 Raiders During the 2010 draft the Redskins traded Jason Campbell to the Raiders for a 4th round pick in 2012
5 Redskins  
6 Redskins  
6 Vikings The Redskins traded Donovan McNabb for a 2012 6th round pick and a conditional 6th round pick in 2013
7 Redskins

Cowboys – 7 picks, likely to receive a compensatory pick for losing Stephen Bowen.

Round Original Owner of pick Comments
1 Cowboys  
2 Cowboys  
3 Cowboys  
4 Cowboys  
5 Cowboys  
6 Cowboys  
7 Cowboys

Giants – 6 or 7 picks, likely to receive compensatory picks for the losses of Barry Cofield, Steve Smith, and Kevin Boss.

The Giants traded a 2011 5th round pick and a conditional pick in 2012 for backup QB Sage Rosenfels and KR Darius Reynaud. The conditional pick in 2012 is reportedly based on Rosenfels’ playing time. Unfortunately, I’m currently failing to get better details on the 2012 pick, but since Eli Manning has never missed a game in his NFL career, for the time being let’s project it as their 7th rounder for now, although it’s also possible that the Giants may not have to forfeit a pick at all depending on the conditions of the trade.

Round Original Owner of pick Comments
1 Giants  
2 Giants  
3 Giants  
4 Giants  
5 Giants  
6 Giants


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  2. brisulph says:

    That is one bright side to Reese being unable to sign people I guess.

    1. Haha, yup. They’re probably going to get 2 picks.

  3. Frank says:

    Shouldn’t we have a pick for Bunkley too? Did we ever find out what that was, or did it end up being a 2013 pick?

  4. Tyler says:

    No possible pick for Bradley or mikell? only ones of note I can think of

    1. Nope. The compensatory pick formula is complicated (actually, it’s secret), but to explain it in simple terms, it’s a balance of players lost and players gained via FA. Obviously, the Eagles signed way more players than they lost. They have no shot at a comp pick.

      1. AtlEagle says:

        ok, thanks. I wanted to ask the same question. If the gains in FA are included, then I think we may not get a comp pick until 2020 .

      2. Number5 says:

        So then the Raiders, Titans, and Packers are going to get some really good picks.

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