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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CEO Christopher Johnson on David Harris: "David Harris operated at the highest standard for both performance and professionalism and is as fine a person as you will ever meet. His endurance, intelligence and reliability were his trademarks and he was always there for his teammates. With all of those qualities, what stands out most to me is the humility and selflessness with which he approached each day. I wish him and his family the absolute best that life has to offer and they will always have a home with the New York Jets."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles on the retiring David Harris: "Players like David Harris don't come around very often. He's one of the best players and people I've ever coached. I have nothing but the highest respect for him as a person and a leader. He is an example of everything you want from a player. I am proud to have coached him and wish him and his family the best."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dez Bryant said on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas that he has not had any conversations yet with the Cowboys or his agent yet this offseason about any contractual issues that might need to be resolved. He said he couldn't imagine playing for another team.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Couple of things with Martavis Bryant trade rumors: *At deadline, was clear to Bryant team felt not enough compensation was available to justify losing his talent. *Bryant and the Steelers have not had discussions about an extension *League people I've spoke to say there's no buzz about team shopping him.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders have been awarded the maximum four compensatory draft picks by the NFL, giving them 11 total picks in April's draft. All four comp pics will come at the end of the sixth round, with Oakland picking 36th, 38th, 42nd and 43rd in the round.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks have announced several more changes to their coaching staff, all but one of which had been reported. The previously unreported change is the addition of Steve Shimko as offensive assistant. The the two other additions: Jethro Franklin replaces Dwaine Board as assistant defensive line coach and Larry Izzo replaces Heath Farwell as assistant special teams coach (Farwell took a job with the Panthers). Seattle also moved Dave Canales to quarterbacks coach. He replaces Carl Smith, who will remain on staff as an associated head coach. Nate Carroll, Pete Carroll's son, takes over for Canales as receivers coach. He was previously the assistant receivers coach.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs now have a total of eight selections in the 2018 NFL draft: Round 1 - 7th overall, Round 2 - 38th, Round 3 - 69th, Round 4 - 108th, Round 5 - 144th, Round 6 - 180th, Round 6 - 202nd (via trade with the Steelers), Round 7 - 255th.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is my calculation for Ravens' 2018 draft picks: First round (16th overall), second round (No. 52), third round (No. 83), fourth round (No. 118), fifth round (No. 154), sixth round (Nos. 190 and 215) and seventh round (No. 238).

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

What hurt the Ravens was offensive tackle Rick Wagner getting injured and being limited to 13 games. Snap count figures into comp pick formula.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Received confirmation that the Ravens didn't lose a conditional seventh-round pick for Tony Bergstrom. So, Baltimore has all its original picks in each of the seven rounds as well as a conditional sixth-round one.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs were awarded a seventh-round compensatory draft pick (255th overall) today. It is calculated based on the outgoing and incoming free agents from last year. The last time they had a compensatory pick was in 2011.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

No surprise after adding many free agents and not losing many of note last year but the 49ers did not get any compensatory picks in this year's NFL draft. Team still has nine choices this year, including four in the first three rounds.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

As expected, the Seahawks will not receive any 2018 compensatory picks, the NFL announced Friday. That means they have either eight or nine selections depending on whether they recoup the seventh-round pick they sent to Kansas City as part of their conditional trade for offensive tackle Isaiah Battle, who was only on Seattle's active roster for part of last season.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos have picked up one additional compensatory pick in April's draft -- a third rounder (99th overall) -- largely for tackle Russell Okung's departure last offseason. The list of compensatory picks was announced Friday. The Broncos now have four picks in the draft's opening three rounds, including No. 5 overall, with two in the third round, two in the fourth round and two in the fifth round. They currently have 10 picks overall.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' 2018 draft picks: First round (16th overall), second round (No. 52), third round (No. 83), fourth round (No. 118), fifth round (No. 154) and sixth round (Nos. 190 and 215). Still looking to see if Baltimore lost a seventh-round pick, which was a conditional one sent to Arizona for offensive lineman Tony Bergstrom.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have been awarded four compensatory picks for the upcoming draft with a fourth-round, two fifth-round and sixth-round picks. They now have 10 selections in Rounds 1-7 in the NFL draft.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers did not receive a compensatory draft pick in the 2018 draft. They signed more free agents than they lost, leaving them with draft picks in these rounds: 1, 2, 3, 5, 5, 7, 7.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers should now have 12 picks heading into GM Brian Gutekunst's first draft. Per the Packers, they break down this way: First round (1 selection) Second round (1) Third round (1) Fourth round (2) Fifth round (3) Sixth round (2) Seventh round (2)