The Seattle Seahawks and offensive tackle Russell Okung have agreed to a six-year deal this morning, making him the final first-round pick to sign a deal.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed by the team, but according to ESPN Okung's deal is worth $48 million, with $29 million of guaranteed money.
That's about the range Okung was expected to come in at, with safety Eric Berry getting $34 million in guaranteed money at No. 5 and cornerback Joe Haden receiving about $25 million in guaranteed money.
Okung is expected to practice today, and he has a lot of catching up to do, as most of the offense has already been installed in the first six days of practice.
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But Okung already has went through most of the installations during OTA's, and he now has a week to get ready for the first preseason game on Aug. 14 against Tennessee. So both sides have to be pleased something got done this week.