The Raiders drafted nine players back in April. Now they're all under contract.
Third-round edge rusher Arden Key was the last to ink his rookie deal, putting pen to paper on a four-year rookie deal Friday morning.
Key will make an estimated $3.57 million over the league of the deal with a $834k signing bonus, per athletic salary site spotrac.com.
The current collective bargaining agreement and its rookie wage scale makes signing draft picks far easier, with little wiggle room to negotiate deals.
The Raiders locked up their last rookie the day after the offseason program's conclusion. NFL teams largely go quiet during this time, until training camps begin in late July.
The Raiders are excited about Key's potential. The LSU product believes he's a first-round talent who dropped due to off-field concerns and a drop in his 2017 production over the previous year.
Key has flashed great athleticism, quickness and bend. He could make an immediate impact as a third edge rusher behind Khalil Mack and Bruce Irvin.
"Arden Key," Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said, "has got some special pass-rush ability."