So far the jags have been very placid in free agency. Caldwell had stated there would be no drastic spending in free agency & this brought to my attention compensatory picks. We've had many of our players form last years roster leave & have only replaced a handful of them. Caldwell's strategy of building through the draft is good since this year we have lost a lot of players & are rebuilding this team. While compensatory picks are not usually worth much we have had fairly valuable players such as daryl smith & derek cox leave so does this increase the value of the compensatory pick? I'm wondering this because the raiders were given a 3rd rounder when nnamdi asomugha left them smith & cox are not on nnamdi's level of worth but they could warrant picks from 4-7th which would be vital picks we could use to build throughout the draft. So does anyone actually know how the compensatory pick thing works?, because this draft is filled with talent through all the rounds and with our mass losses across the roster it is plausible that this team could be rebuilt in one off season, with a smart draft as the colts did last year starting with the franchise quarterback then adding key players like t.y. hilton, dwayne allen, & vick ballard. If were awarded more picks I'm totally fine with a relatively quiet free agency period.