Redskins sign Dwayne Haskins, seven other rookies
The Washington Redskins announced Thursday they have signed eight of their 10 draft picks, including first-round quarterback Dwayne Haskins.
Haskins, running back Bryce Love, guard Wes Martin, center Ross Pierschbacher, linebacker Cole Holcomb, wide receiver Kelvin Harmon, cornerback Jimmy Moreland and linebacker Jordan Brailford all agreed to terms with the team.
First-round pass rusher Montez Sweat and third-round receiver Terry McLaurin remain unsigned.
The deals come on the eve of the team’s rookie minicamp, which begins Friday.
Terms for each contract were not disclosed, but the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement includes a rookie wage scale that teams and players follow. CBS Sports’ Joel Corry, a former agent, projected Haskins, the 15th overall pick, to make $14.1 million ($8.5 million signing bonus) over four years.
Rookie signing bonuses, according to Corry, will increase 7.97 percent this season after the salary cap jumped 6.21 percent.