The Tennessee Titans will receive two compensatory draft picks to go with the seven choices they already had in the 2011 NFL Draft.
The Titans received a fourth-round choice, the 130th pick overall in the draft, and also received a seventh-round choice, the 250th overall pick.
Compensatory choices are assigned based on a formula that weighs a team's key losses and additions in free agency. The Titans lost tight end Alge Crumpler to New England and defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch to Detroit, but also signed defensive end Jason Babin away from the Philadelphia Eagles.
The draft is scheduled for April 28-30.