PHOENIX -- A year after getting four compensatory picks, the Green Bay Packers received just one in this year's draft.
It will be a fifth-round pick, No. 167 overall. That will be the second-to-last pick in the round.
Compensatory picks cannot be traded. They are based on free-agent gains and losses from the previous year. The Packers lost quarterback Matt Flynn to Seattle and center Scott Wells to St. Louis and signed center Jeff Saturday.
Since 1994, the Packers have had the second-most compensatory picks (31). Only Baltimore (37) has received more.
The full list of 2013 compensatory picks is here.