The Philadephia Eagles have officially signed all five of their 2022 draft picks to their rookie deals after Cam Jurgens (Nebraska) agreed to his standard four-year contract on Friday.
Almost a month ago, Jordan Davis, Grant Calcaterra and Kyron Johnson all signed their rookie contracts on the same day, It would take 11 days for Nakobe Dean to sign, but by May 16, four out of five first-year players were signed and Jurgens was expected to follow soon after.
Jurgens’ contract will look like this:
2022: $705,000 salary, $1.35 million cap hit
2023: $1 million salary, $1.69 million cap hit
2024: $1.38 million salary, $2 million cap hit
2025: $1.71 million salary, $2.36 million cap hit
It may have taken longer than expected, but all five are now paid and will be ready for training camp which starts on July 26. There is a practice session open to the public on August 7 to see these players in action.
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