Less than 12 hours after the New York Giants agreed to terms with cornerback Jayron Hosley and offensive tackle Brandon Mosley, they have also signed first-round pick David Wilson, running back out of Virginia Tech, to a four-year deal.
Pro Football Talk reports that the four-year deal also comes with a fifth-year team option. His agent has since confirmed the report, meaning only wide receiver Rueben Randle and defensive tackle Markus Kuhn remain without a contract.
Mike Garafolo of The Star-Ledger reports that as of Thursday night, Randle and the Giants had been unable to come to an agreement. However, even without contracts/agreements, all rookies will be able to participate in mini-camp and OTA's leading up to training camp.
Wilson's signing bonus will be in the $3.3 million range. More specific financial details and a yearly breakdown of his salary have not yet been made public.
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