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May 12, 2016

Eagles sign Carson Wentz to four-year deal

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Carson Wentz can now buy North Dakota.

The Philadelphia Eagles have signed their first round pick, quarterback Carson Wentz, to a four-year contract. The Eagles have now signed their entire draft class.

Here he is, in case you need visual proof:

When the new Collective Bargaining Agreement was signed, one of the positives that came from it was that rookie contracts were essentially predetermined, leaving no wiggle room for negotiations that would lead to training camp holdouts by rookie draft picks.

Here is what each of the Eagles' draft picks will count for against the cap, as estimated by

 Player2016 2017 2018 2019 
Carson Wentz $4,850,243 $6,062,804 $7,275,365 $8,487,926 
Isaac Seumalo $640,966 $730,966 $820,966 $910,966 
 Wendell Smallwood$511,145 $601,145 $691,145 $781,145 
Halapoulivaati Vaitai  $506,281$596,281 $686,281 $776,281 
 Blake Countess $482,893$572,893 $662,893 $752,893 
 Jalen Mills $469,214$559,214 $649,214 $739,214 
 Alex McCalister $467,841$557,841 $647,841 $737,841 
 Joe Walker $465,034$555,034 $645,034 $735,034 

The Eagles' rookie minicamp will begin Friday.

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