First-round draft pick Calvin Pryor signs deal with Jets


The New York Jets are nearly finished with business related to their monster 2014 draft class.

The Jets announced Monday that they have signed safety Calvin Pryor, the 18th overall pick.

Pryor's deal with the Jets is a four-year deal worth a little more than $8.5 million with a $4.55 million signing bonus, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source who has seen the contract. The deal is fully guaranteed.

With Pryor locked in, the Jets now have 11 of the 12 players in their draft class under contract. Third-round pick Dex McDougle is the only rookie still unsigned.

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