That leaves the Ravens, who will draft 29th overall, with eight picks. They originally did not have a fourth-rounder after trading it to the Buffalo Bills for wide receiver Lee Evans last August.
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The Ravens’ three primary free agent losses last offseason were guard Chris Chester and defensive backs Josh Wilson and Dewan Landry.
Last year, the Ravens had two fifth-round compensatory picks and they used them to select defensive end Pernell McPhee and cornerback Chykie Brown.
The Ravens have been awarded 33 compensatory picks since 1995, the most in the NFL.