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    By Darin Gantt
    Perhaps you’ve heard a little something about this in recent weeks, but the Dolphins might need a little help on the offensive line. And they’re apparently interested in beginning the makeover with a high-priced tackle. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins “very much like” Ravens free agent Eugene Monroe, as well…
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    How high would our compensation pick be if Albert does get signed by another team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCWildcat3 View Post
    How high would our compensation pick be if Albert does get signed by another team?
    It depends on who else we sign this year. Most likely since he made the probowl, it would be a 3rd or 4th round next year. I believe the actual formula they use is secret, so no one knows.

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    If you can find the article from a few years back, a guy with a blog that goes by AdamJT13 (a Cowboys fan) put out some great stuff on comp picks. In fact, he nearly has the formula nailed but he stopped posting his estimations last season.

    In any event, the meat and taters is simple. If you sign more qualifying free agents than you lose or an amount equal to what you lost, you get nothing. If you sign less than you lose, you get thrown into the "formula" for a comp pick. The degree of the qualifying free agents then start to matter, such as salary, playing time, post season honors, and so forth. If we sign less qualifying FAs than we lose and don't sign any of equivalent "value" to Albert, then he'll likely net us a 3rd or 4th.

    I guess at this point, don't assume we'll get a comp pick until we see what the Chiefs lose and sign.

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    Not Miami again. They pulled this b.s. last year

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