The NFL released their full list of compensatory picks for 2019 on Friday, confirming that the Buccaneers will receive no comp. picks for the upcoming NFL draft.
The NFL awards value to unrestricted free agents – or compensatory free agents – that each team adds or loses in an offseason, and then awards 32 league-wide comp. picks for the following draft to teams that the league deems have lost more, or better, free agents than they added.
Here is the complete list of comp. picks, per Adam Schefter
And in other news…
NFL awarded compensatory draft picks today – Patriots and Rams each received two third-round picks. The full list, per sources: pic.twitter.com/NDYBU01WKA
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 22, 2019
Included in the list of picks are a third-round comp. pick to the Eagles for losing defensive tackle Beau Allen and a sixth-round pick to the Ravens for losing center Ryan Jensen, per Greg Auman of The Athletic. Both players signed with the Buccaneers as free agents in 2018.
Bucs’ signings last spring did result in two comp picks elsewhere — Ravens got a third-rounder for losing Ryan Jensen, Eagles got a sixth for losing Beau Allen …
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) February 22, 2019