The Cincinnati Bengals signed three more draft picks yesterday. They have four more draft picks to go.
The Bengals newest safety Jessie Bates just signed his first NFL contract. The second rounder signed a contract for four years worth $4.94 million and $2.38 million guaranteed at signing. That puts his net worth this season at $2.15 million. He will be expecting to take over the free safety position.
Former fourth round pick running back Mark Walton has also signed with the Cincinnati Bengals. His rookie contract is set at four years making $3.14 million. He will be guaranteed $685,000 at signing. He will be making 1.16 million this season. He will be battling for the 3rd running back spot. He should be able get one of the returner positions in special teams.
The Bengals fifth rounder cornerback Darius Phillips also signed his rookie contract. His contract is set at 4 years and $2.67 million. His guaranteed signing bonus is set at $217,553. He will be making $697,553 this season. He should win the other return position on special teams. He is a very diverse cornerback seems he can play 3rd or 4th corner in a nickel or dime defense. Plus he has six picks for touchdowns and five touchdowns on special teams.
The signing information on Fridays signings are in also. Seventh rounder quarterback Logan Woodside is set to make $2,52 million in the next four years including $70,000 signing bonus. Also a seventh round pick guard Rod Taylor is set at $2.52 million for four years. His bonus is set at 69,070. Fifth rounder defensive tackle Andrew Brown will be making $2.73 million in the next four years. His signing bonus is set at $278,413. The other fifth round pick cornerback Davontae Harris will be making $2.74 in the next four years. His signing bonus will be at $288,574.
This leaves four more draft picks to go. The first round draft pick center Billy Price usually will take the longest. Malik Jefferson, Sam Hubbard, and Auden Tate will be expected to sign soon.