PHOENIX-- The Cardinals and 7th overall pick Jonathan Cooper have finally agreed on a contract.
The signing was first reported on Twitter by azcardinals.com writer Darren Urban. (@Cardschatter)
The deal is reportedly worth $14.55 million, all of which is guaranteed. Cooper will receive $3.4 million within the next 10 days, $3 million by September 15, and $2.56 million by October 15, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported.
Cooper was the Cardinals' first-round-pick in April's draft. He played college football at UNC and is expected to be the Cardinals' starter at left guard. Cooper missed the first two days of training camp but had been practicing with the starting offense during the offseason. And according to Cardinals GM Steve Keim, the team is already impressed with Cooper's talents.
Now that Cooper is locked up, that leaves only two first-round-picks still unsigned. CB Dee Milliner (New York Jets) and G Chance Warmack (Tennessee Titans) have yet to sign with their respective teams.