It was said that the signing of the first round of NFL draft picks was going to be easier after the new CBA, and that appears to be the case. It’s only been a few weeks since the 2012 NFL Draft concluded and we already have six first round draft picks either signed or agreed to terms.
The latest first rounder to sign is Nick Perry, the defensive end from USC who the Green Bay Packers selected with the 28th overall pick. The terms of the contract are yet to be disclosed. Perry joins the likes of Luke Kuechly, Bruce Irvin, Melvin Ingram, Shea McClellin and David Wilson, who have all agreed to terms or officially signed with their teams.
The field of correct answers in our own “First Picked, Last Signed” contest has been reduced by these six players as well. That leaves 25 players left to choose from… all you have to do is guess the very last one to sign with their team.
The contest will run until all but one players are signed, and that appears to be happening pretty quickly, so get your picks in now. For more information and details, visit the official contest entry page.