When Kelechi Osemele signed a five-year, $58.5 million free-agent deal with the Oakland Raiders last March, the Ravens lost an ascending Pro Bowl performer and one of their top offensive linemen. They learned Friday that what they gained from Osemele's departure was an extra third-round pick in April's draft. The NFL awarded compensatory draft selections Friday and the Ravens received the 99th overall pick because of their free-agent losses last offseason. The Ravens now have eight total picks in the April draft, one each in rounds one, two, four, five, six and seven and two in the third. Per league rules, a team losing more, or better, free agents than it acquires in the previous year is eligible to receive compensatory picks. The Ravens signed tight end Benjamin Watson and safety Eric Weddle, and lost backup quarterback Matt Schaub, Osemele and outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw. The third-round pick they received for the loss of Osemele was the third-highest compensatory selection awarded. The Miami Dolphins, who lost pass rusher Olivier Vernon, garnered the highest pick at No. 97 overall, and the Carolina Panthers received the 98th overall selection after losing star cornerback Josh Norman.