That gives the Niners 14 picks in the draft (having traded one away to the Ravens for Anquan Boldin), Seattle 10. the Rams eight (with two first rounders) and the Cardinals seven.
Arizona has no seventh round pick. They have two in in the sixth round.
Here are the picks that the Cardinals have.
Round 1, Pick 7
Round 2, Pick 38
Round 3, Pick 69
Round 4, Pick 103
Round 5, Pick 140
Round 6, Pick 174
Round 6, Pick 176 (originally the Titans' pick, received in trade with Vikings)
The sad part of the draft? The two best teams in the division have a total of 24 picks. That means they are in a great position to just keep being good and improve. Arizona has to hit with more of their picks.
Looking ahead to next year, it would appear that the Cards will not get compensatory picks again. They have signed seven unrestricted free agents. They have lost Greg Toler and Quentin Groves so far. The ones that have signed with other teams that were cut (Adrian Wilson, William Gay) are not counted when considering compensatory picks.
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