2024 NFL Draft: Final compensatory pick projections for the Eagles

The Eagles made several critical signings during the 2023 NFL free agency process, with all of the additions being one-year deals.

Philadelphia GM Howie Roseman watched ten contributors leave on the open market.

Thanks to his shrewd maneuvering and roster building, the Eagles are in line for four valuable compensatory picks in 2024, according to Nick Korte of Over The Cap.

The Birds were slated to have six picks in the 2024 NFL draft, but thanks to the compensatory formula, they’ll have 10.

1 Eagles’ own pick
2 Eagles’ own pick
2 From Saints
3 Projected compensatory pick
5 From Vikings (can become fourth-round pick if conditions are met)
5 From Buccaneers
5 Projected compensatory pick
5 Projected compensatory pick
6 Eagles’ own pick, or the Titans’ sixth-round pick, whichever is better
6 Projected compensatory pick

Here’s an early look at the four compensatory picks and how Philadelphia landed the extra assets.

Round 3

Javon Hargrave took his talents to San Francisco, sending back a vital third-round pick.

Round 5

Dillard signed a 3 year, $29,000,000 contract with the Tennessee Titans, including a $5,990,000 signing bonus, $13,000,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $9,666,667. In 2024, Dillard will earn a base salary of $9,000,000, while carrying a cap hit of $10,639,165 and a dead cap value of $7,792,000.

Dillard played in 43 games with the Eagles after being selected in the 2019 draft, making nine starts.

During the 2022 season, Dillard didn’t make any starts but saw time at left tackle and guard after starting five games in 2021.

Round 5

Isaac Seumalo got $8 million a year from Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia gets another fifth-round pick.

Round 5

Edwards signed a three-year, $19.5 million deal with Chicago that included $12 million guaranteed.

Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire