The Raiders offseason program ended on Wednesday, but rookies stick around another week-plus to work with the strength staff and player engagement folks, who go over off-the-field insights that used to be covered during the rookie symposium.
That means they're still around to sign contracts. The Raiders inked the second-round pick Trayvon Mullen to a four-year contract on Tuesday afternoon, shortly after announcing a completed deal for No. 4 overall pick Clelin Ferrell.
Mullen was taken at No. 40, slotting into a four-year contract worth $7.25 million. It comes with a $3.29 million signing bonus.
That's two former Clemson Tigers signed the same day. The Raiders drafted a third, but fifth-round pick Hunter Renfrow was locked up weeks ago.
Mullen worked primarily with the second unit, at outside cornerback, during the offseason program. He joins a competitive position group led by Gareon Conley. Daryl Worley is another presumptive starter, though Nevin Lawson and Mullen will have an opportunity to push for significant snaps in 2019.
"I feel like you're getting someone who could potentially be a lockdown corner in this league," said Ferrell said back in May "He has every athletic skill set that you need in a corner, and obviously has that competitive mindset. That's the biggest thing, you can have all the ability, but are you a competitor? That's the thing he definitely has."
No. 24 overall pick Josh Jacobs and No. 27 selection Johnathan Abram are the only 2019 draft picks who haven't signed contracts. That could easily happen this week, while rookies are still in town. Issues aren't expected with either deal, and could be signed before the full squad reports to Raiders training camp on July 26.