Patriots given no compensatory selections ahead of the 2024 NFL draft.

On Friday, the 34 compensatory picks from the 2024 NFL draft arrived at their respective locations. 

However, as expected, the New England Patriots were not among the 14 teams who received more financing moving into April.  

Since the NFL Management Council's inception in 1994, the Patriots have received 48 compensatory choices.  

That total places the organisation behind just the Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys, and the Baltimore Ravens, who top the league with 56.  

Last year, a duo came in Foxborough for the war room of former head coach Bill Belichick.   

DeMario Douglas, a Liberty wide receiver, was selected in the sixth round at No. 210 overall after being drafted in the fourth round at No. 135.  

The former was traded to the Las Vegas Raiders for UCLA lineman Atonio Mafi and Michigan State cornerback Ameer Speed.  

Clubs that lose "more or better" compensating free agents than they obtained the previous league year are eligible under the formula.   

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