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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; March 23, 2004 NFL draft order Updated March 30, 2004 Includes compensatory picks. Round One 1. San Diego 2. Oakland 3. Arizona 4. New York Giants 5. Washington 6. Detroit 7. Cleveland 8. Atlanta 9. Jacksonville 10. Houston 11. Pittsburgh ...

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NFL draft order Includes compensatory picks

March 23, 2004


NFL draft order

Updated March 30, 2004

Includes compensatory picks.

Round One

1. San Diego
2. Oakland
3. Arizona
4. New York Giants
5. Washington
6. Detroit
7. Cleveland
8. Atlanta
9. Jacksonville
10. Houston
11. Pittsburgh
12. New York Jets
13. Buffalo
14. Chicago
15. Tampa Bay
16. San Francisco
17. Cincinnati
18. New Orleans
19. Minnesota
20. Miami
21. New England (from Baltimore)
22. Dallas
23. Seattle
24. Denver
25. Green Bay
26. St. Louis
27. Tennessee
28. Philadelphia
29. Indianapolis
30. Kansas City
31. Carolina
32. New England

Round Two
— Houston (from Oakland). Texans exercised this pick in last July’s
supplemental draft, selecting Georgia Tech RB Tony Hollings.
33. Arizona
34. New York Giants
35. San Diego
36. Detroit
37. Cleveland
38. Atlanta
39. Jacksonville
40. Houston
41. Denver (from Washington)
42. Tennessee (from N.Y. Jets)
43. Buffalo
44. Pittsburgh
45. Oakland (from Tampa Bay)
46. San Francisco
47. Chicago
48. New Orleans
49. Cincinnati
50. Minnesota
51. Baltimore
52. Dallas
53. Seattle
54. Denver
55. Green Bay
56. New England (from Miami)
57. Tennessee
58. Philadelphia
59. Indianapolis
60. New Orleans (from St. Louis)
61. Kansas City
62. Carolina
63. New England

Round Three

64. Arizona
65. New York Giants
66. San Diego
67. Oakland
68. Cleveland
69. Atlanta
70. Jacksonville
71. Houston
72. Jacksonville (from Washington)
73. Detroit
74. Buffalo
75. Pittsburgh
76. New York Jets
77. San Francisco
78. Chicago
79. Tampa Bay
80. Cincinnati
81. New Orleans
82. Minnesota
83. Dallas
84. Seattle
85. Denver
86. Green Bay
87. Miami
88. Baltimore
89. Philadelphia
90. Indianapolis
91. St. Louis
92. Tennessee
93. Kansas City
94. Carolina
95. New England
96. Cincinnati (compensatory)

Round Four

97. New York Giants
98. San Diego
99. Oakland
100. Arizona
101. Atlanta
102. Jacksonville
103. Houston
104. Chicago (from Washington through New England)
105. Detroit
106. Cleveland
107. Pittsburgh
108. New York Jets
109. Buffalo
110. Chicago
111. Tampa Bay
112. San Francisco
113. New England (from New Orleans)
114. Cincinnati
115. Minnesota
116. Seattle
117. Denver
118. Green Bay
119. Miami
120. Baltimore
121. Dallas
122. Houston (from Indianapolis)
123. St. Louis
124. Tennessee
125. Atlanta (from Philadelphia)
126. Kansas City
127. Carolina
128. New England
129. Philadelphia (compensatory)
130. St. Louis (compensatory)
131. Philadelphia (compensatory)
132. New York Jets (compensatory)


Round Five

133. San Diego
134. Oakland
135. Arizona
136. New York Giants
137. Jacksonville
138. Houston
139. Washington
140. Detroit
141. Cleveland
142. Atlanta
143. New York Jets
144. Buffalo
145. Pittsburgh
146. Tampa Bay
147. San Francisco
148. Chicago
149. Cincinnati
150. New Orleans
151. Minnesota
152. Denver
153. Green Bay
154. San Diego (from Miami)
155. Baltimore
156. Dallas
157. Seattle
158. St. Louis
159. Tennessee
160. Baltimore (from Philadelphia)
161. Indianapolis
162. Kansas City
163. Carolina
164. New England
165. Tennessee (compensatory)

Round Six

166. Oakland
167. Arizona
168. New York Giants
169. San Diego
170. Houston
171. Denver (from Washington)
172. Detroit
173. Cleveland
174. Atlanta
175. Jacksonville
176. Cleveland (from Buffalo)
177. Pittsburgh
178. New York Jets
179. San Francisco
180. Washington (from Chicago)
181. Tampa Bay
182. New Orleans
183. Cincinnati
184. Minnesota
185. Philadelphia (from Green Bay)
186. Miami
187. Baltimore
188. Green Bay (from Dallas)
189. Seattle
190. Denver
191. Tennessee
192. Philadelphia
193. Indianapolis
194. Pittsburgh (from St. Louis)
195. Kansas City
196. Carolina
197. New England
198. San Francisco (compensatory)
199. Baltimore (compensatory)
200. Houston (compensatory)
201. St. Louis (compensatory)

Round Seven

202. Arizona
203. New York Giants
204. San Diego
205. Oakland
206. New Orleans (from Washington)
207. Buffalo (from Detroit)
208. Cleveland
209. San Diego (from Atlanta)
210. Jacksonville
211. Houston
212. Pittsburgh
213. New York Jets
214. Buffalo
215. Chicago
216. Tampa Bay
217. San Francisco
218. Cincinnati
219. Miami (from New Orleans)
220. Minnesota
221. Miami
222. Baltimore
223. Oakland (from Dallas)
224. Seattle
225. Denver
226. Green Bay
227. Philadelphia
228. Tampa Bay (from Indianapolis)
229. Indianapolis (from St. Louis)
230. Tennessee
231. Kansas City
232. Carolina
233. New England
234. New York Jets (compensatory)
235. New York Jets (compensatory)
236. New York Jets (compensatory)
237. St. Louis (compensatory)
238. St. Louis (compensatory)
239. Tennessee (compensatory)
240. New Orleans (compensatory)
241. Tennessee (compensatory)
242. Philadelphia (compensatory)
243. Philadelphia (compensatory)
244. Baltimore (compensatory)
245. Oakland (compensatory)
246. Baltimore (compensatory)
247. Denver (compensatory)
248. Houston (compensatory)
249. Jacksonville (compensatory)
250. Denver (compensatory)
251. Green Bay (compensatory)
252. Tampa Bay (compensatory)
253. New York Giants (compensatory)
254. San Diego (compensatory)
255. Oakland (compensatory)

About compensatory picks

Thirty-two compensatory draft choices were awarded by the league, positioned from the third to the seventh rounds. Cincinnati was awarded the highest of this year's compensatory picks, No. 96 at the end of the third round. Of the 16 teams that have been awarded compensatory picks, the New York Jets, Philadelphia and St. Louis received the most — four each.

Under terms of the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement, a team losing more or better compensatory free agents than it acquires in a year — 2003, in this case — is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks. The number of picks a team receives equals the net loss of compensatory free agents up to a maximum of four. Compensatory picks are determined by a formula based on salary, playing time and postseason honors. Not every free agent lost or signed is covered by this formula.

Picks 253 through 255 are considered supplemental compensatory picks because they were awarded to fulfill the number of draft choices permitted by the CBA.





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