Bills Land A 7th-Round Compensatory Pick

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  1. SRW

    SRW Ex-World's Worst Site Admin Staff Member

    The Bills got an extra seventh-round pick, the 251st overall, as a result of the NFL's compensatory picks system, the team announced. The Bills lost Donte Whitner to San Francisco and Paul Posluszny to Jacksonville. Whitner started 15 games and played almost all the defensive snaps for his team while Posluszny started 16 and was on the field virtually the entire season. The Bills gained linebacker Nick Barnett, quarterbacks Brad Smith and Tyler Thigpen and linebacker Kirk Morrison in free agency. Barnett played 93 percent of the defensive snaps, according to News figures, cancelling out the loss of Posluszny.

    Source: Buffalo News

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