The coin flips are over with and the compensatory selections have been given out. Here's how many selections every NFL team has in the 2017 draft, starting with the two teams from the state of Ohio.
The Browns have two first-round picks after trading down in last year's draft, as the Eagles moved up to select QB Carson Wentz No. 2 overall. Cleveland also has multiple picks in the second, fourth and fifth rounds.
Among this group, Denver and Kansas City lead the way with four selections in the first three rounds. Both teams received third-round compensatory selections for letting key free agents walk last offseason.
Green Bay Packers
Los Angeles Rams
New England Patriots
The Titans are one of only two NFL teams to have two first-round picks (the Browns are the other). Their decision to trade last year's No. 1 overall pick to the Los Angeles Rams netted Tennessee the No. 5 overall selection in this year's draft. The Titans do not, however, have a second-round selection in 2017 after trading it to Cleveland last year when moving up to select offensive tackle Jack Conklin.
The Seahawks are the only NFL team with three third-round picks in 2017. Two of those are compensatory selections. Seattle does not have any picks in the fourth or fifth rounds. The team traded away it's fourth-rounder last year and forfeited its fifth-rounder for violating the league's offseason workout rules.
The Falcons are the only team in this group with a selection in each of the first five rounds. And if this stands, the 2017 draft will mark the ninth time in the past 10 years that the Saints end up with six or fewer total selections.