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Ravens, Falcons awarded four compensatory picks in 2013 NFL Draft

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Falcons' GM Thomas Dimitroff has four extra picks in the 2013 draft (USA Today Sports Images)

The Atlanta Falcons and Baltimore Ravens will have four additional picks in the 2013 NFL Draft as the National Football League awarded 32 compensatory selections to 16 teams on Monday.

Since the compensatory picks were first awarded in 1994, the Ravens have received the most selections (37).

After losing linebacker Curtis Lofton, wide receiver Eric Weems and defensive backs Kelvin Hayden and James Sanders, the Falcons gained picks at the end of the fourth (No. 133) and seventh (No. 243, No. 244 and No. 249) rounds. The Ravens lost guard Ben Grubbs, linebacker Jarret Johnson, defensive linemen Cory Redding and Brandon McKinney and safeties Tom Zbikowski and Haruki Nakamura. Baltimore picked up additional picks in the fourth (No. 130), fifth (No. 168), sixth (No. 203) and seventh (No. 247) rounds.

Three teams - the Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans - gained choices in the Top 100 of what is expected to be a very deep draft. The Texans will now have the No. 95 overall pick, the Chiefs the No. 96 pick and the Titans will have the No. 97 pick.

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The Titans and San Francisco 49ers were each awarded three compensatory picks. The Cincinnati Bengals, Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks, Texas and Chiefs were awarded two picks, with the Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers receiving one compensatory selection.

Here's the full list of compensatory selections awarded on Monday:

Round 3

Houston Texans - Round 3, Selection 33, No. 95 overall
Kansas City Chiefs - Round 3, Selection 34, No. 96 overall
Tennessee Titans - Round 3, Selection 35, No. 97 overall

Round 4

Baltimore Ravens - Round 4, Selection 33, No. 130 overall
San Francisco 49ers - Round 4, Selection 34, No. 131 overall
Detroit Lions - Round 4, Selection 35, No. 132 overall
Atlanta Falcons - Round 4, Selection 36, No. 133 overall

Round 5

Miami Dolphins - Round 5, Selection 33, No. 166 overall
Green Bay Packers - Round 5, Selection 35, No. 167 overall
Baltimore Ravens - Round 5, Selection 36, No. 168 overall

Round 6

Houston Texans - Round 6, Selection 33, No. 201 overall
Tennessee Titans - Round 6, Selection 34, No. 202 overall
Baltimore Ravens - Round 6, Selection 35, No. 203 overall
Kansas City Chiefs - Round 6, Selection 36, No. 204 overall
Oakland Raiders - Round 6, Selection 37, No. 205 overall
Pittsburgh Steelers - Round 6, Selection 38, No. 206 overall

Round 7

Philadelphia Eagles - Round 7, Selection 33, No. 239 overall
Cincinnati Bengals - Round 7, Selection 34, No. 240 overall
Seattle Seahawks - Round 7, Selection 35, No. 241 overall
Seattle Seahawks - Round 7, Selection 36, No. 242 overall
Atlanta Falcons - Round 7, Selection 37, No. 243 overall
Atlanta Falcons - Round 7, Selection 38, No. 244 overall
Detroit Lions - Round 7, Selection 39, No. 245 overall
San Francisco 49ers - Round 7, Selection 40, No. 246 overall
Baltimore Ravens - Round 7, Selection 41, No. 247 overall
Tennessee Titans - Round 7, Selection 42, No. 248 overall
Atlanta Falcons - Round 7, Selection 43, No. 249 overall
Miami Dolphins - Round 7, Selection 44, No. 250 overall
Cincinnati Bengals - Round 7, Selection 45, No. 251 overall
San Francisco 49ers - Round 7, Selection 46, No. 252 overall
New York Giants - Round 7, Selection 47, No. 253 overall
Indianapolis Colts - Round 7, Selection 48, No. 254 overall

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