PHOENIX -- The Baltimore Ravens received three compensatory picks in the 2015 NFL draft, the league announced Monday at the owners meetings.
The Ravens were awarded one additional pick in the fourth round and two in the fifth. This increases the Ravens' total picks to 10, including three in the fourth round and three in the fifth. Compensatory picks cannot be traded.
While the league doesn't reveal it's exact formula, the Ravens likely got the fourth-rounder for losing defensive end Arthur Jones (Colts) and two fifth-rounders for losing offensive tackle Michael Oher (Titans) and cornerback Corey Graham (Bills).
This marks the first time since 2012 that the Ravens didn't receive a maximum four comp picks. The Ravens were hoping for a fourth one this year, but tight end Ed Dickson (Panthers) didn't qualify as a significant loss.
The number of comp picks comes from the Ravens' net loss in free agency last offseason. The Ravens lost four significant unrestricted free agents -- Jones, Oher, Graham and safety James Ihedigbo (Detroit) -- and they signed only one in safety Darian Stewart from St. Louis.
Last year, the Ravens used compensatory picks to draft tight end Crockett Gillmore (third round), defensive end Brent Urban (fourth round), running back Lorenzo Taliaferro (fourth round) and guard John Urschel (fifth round). Gilmore, Taliaferro and Urschel all made an impact for the Ravens in 2014, and Urban is expected to compete for a starting job this season.
The Ravens have now compiled an NFL-high 44 compensatory picks since they were first awarded in 1994. That's nine more than any team in the league.