Per OverTheCap.com, last year’s free agency losses of cornerback Shaquill Griffin, receiver David Moore and running back Carlos Hyde qualify the Seahawks for a trio of compensatory picks in 2022. That said, the outlet projects the arrivals of cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon, tight end Gerald Everett and defensive end Kerry Hyder will take them out of the running for all additional selections. In other words: Seattle will not gain any compensatory picks for this year’s draft.Griffin’s significant three-year, $44.5 million deal with the Jaguars was estimated to net the Seahawks a fourth-round compensatory pick, but it’s expected to be canceled out by Witherspoon’s one-year, $4 million contract. Striking disparities like this have often earned the NFL criticism for the nature of its formula, which has primarily benefitted teams lacking the necessary salary cap space to supplement their respective rosters. To ultimately qualify for compensation, teams must lose a higher total—or better quality—of free agents than what they gained. In the end, Seattle did not.The final two picks of subject are a bit more comparable, however. Everett’s one-year, $6 million contract will wipe out the effects of Moore’s two-year, $4.75 million agreement with the Panthers, which was calculated to yield a sixth-round pick. Hyde followed Griffin to Jacksonville on a two-year, $4.5 million deal that was slated to land a seventh-round selection for the Seahawks, but inking Hyder to a two-year, $6.5 million commitment negated that.