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GLENDALE, Ariz. - The Arizona Cardinals announced Thursday the team has signed six rookies to contracts including first overall pick, quarterback Kyler Murray.
The team signed Murray to a four-year deal with a team option for a fifth year. The deal is worth more than $35 million in total guaranteed money, which includes a signing bonus worth more than $23 million, per Robert Raiola and Ian Rapoport.
The team also signed second round pick Byron Murphy, third round pick Zach Allen, sixth round pick Keesean Johnson, and seventh round picks Josh Miles and Caleb Wilson all to four-year contracts.
This leaves five rookies from the 2019 draft class currently unsigned for the Cardinals. This includes wide receivers Andy Isabella and Hakeem Butler, safety Deionte Thompson, center Lamont Gaillard and defensive end Michael Dogbe.
The rest should be signed in the very near future.
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