Today is the deadline for free agents signed counting for or against a team's compensatory pick haul for the 2019 draft. The Cardinals benefited greatly in 2018 with comp picks, earning three comp picks (and ultimately using all, to choose OL Mason Cole, RB Chase Edmonds and OL Korey Cunningham.) Next year, it won't quite be the same.
According to Nick Korte of overthecap.com, the Cardinals -- based on their free agent gains and losses this year -- will get a lone extra seventh-round pick, attached to the departure of wide receiver Jaron Brown to the Seahawks. Three other losses qualified as potential seventh-rounders: quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert (to Tennessee) and Matt Barkley (Cincinnati), and offensive lineman Earl Watford (Chicago). But none figure to earn picks because there are only 32 comp picks awarded and all three fall in at 33 or higher.
(The Cards lost a couple of higher-value free agents but those are canceled out by the ones they signed themselves. And as always, players that had been cut -- like Tyrann Mathieu -- do not qualify in the equation.)
The list can change slightly depending on how much some guys play or if they are released. But it's usually a pretty close estimate of where we will be when comp picks are revealed in late February or so.