In what is proving to be a surprise to absolutely nobody, the Texans and their first round pick Will Fuller have "agreed to terms" on a rookie deal, per Aaron Wilson.
Texans agree to terms with first-round pick Will Fuller— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) June 25, 2016
According to Wilson's post on the Comicle, Fuller is expected to sign to a five year deal (four years with a club option for a fifth year) worth $10.164 million with a $5.592 million signing bonus that'll count $1.848 million against the cap in his rookie year.
Even if those aren't the numbers, he's still expected to make more than you, me, and my neighbor down the street with seven fingers who makes his own fireworks will ever see in our lifetimes.
With this agreement, the Texans have signed their entire rookie class, so you can let out that big sigh of relief you've been holding in since the end of the draft.
We will continue to update this story as news breaks, and possibly even if news remains intact.
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