Cowboys' top pick gets deal before camp

Wide receiver Dez Bryant agreed to contract terms with the Dallas Cowboys, becoming the first of this year's first-round draft picks to reach agreement.

The contract for the Oklahoma State product is for $11.8 million over five years, with $8.3 million guaranteed.

The 24th overall pick will report to camp when it opens today in San Antonio and will be on hand for the first practice Saturday.


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