The Raiders are getting some business done before summer vacation truly starts. The Silver and Black signed a third member of their NFL draft class late Tuesday afternoon when No. 27 overall pick Johnathan Abram inked his rookie contract.
No. 4 selection Clelin Ferrell and No. 40 pick Trayvon Mullen signed earlier in the day.
No. 24 overall pick Josh Jacobs is the only Raiders draftee that remains unsigned, and it's certainly possible his deal gets done before rookies formally leave on summer vacation later this week. They stayed an extra week after the offseason program's end to work with the strength staff and player engagement department on off-the-field education common to all first-year NFL players.
Abram was slotted to receive a contract worth $11.45 million over four years that includes $6.380 million in a signing bonus. There's also a fifth-year team option available that is standard for all first-round picks.
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The Raiders selected Abram with the first-round pick the Dallas Cowboys gave up for Amari Cooper. Abram impressed during the offseason program and joined the first unit during the final week of OTAs. He was there again in minicamp, and a solid training camp could lock him into a starting safety spot right away.