The Pittsburgh Steelers have officially been awarded one of 39 compensatory draft pick selections in the 2022 NFL Draft, the league announced on Tuesday.
The Steelers received the 138th overall pick in the fourth round. The pick came in compensation for the team losing Bud Dupree, Matt Feiler and Mike Hilton in free agency. Those losses were offset by the team signing Joe Haeg and trading for Ahkello Witherspoon.
With the compensatory selections doled out, the 2022 NFL Draft order has been finalized, as well.
The Steelers also have pick No. 20 in the first round, No. 52 in the second round and No. 84 in the third round. The club does not have a fifth-round pick. The Steelers will pick at No. 191 in the sixth round with the Baltimore Ravens’ pick. Baltimore traded that pick to Kansas City and the Steelers acquired it for Melvin Ingram.
In the seventh round, the Steelers have pick No. 226 from the New York Jets as part of the Avery Williamson trade and then the Steelers’ own pick at No. 241.