The Eagles locked up first-round pick Jalen Reagor ahead of training camp.
The team announced it agreed to terms with the No. 21 overall pick on Monday. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the four-year deal is worth $13.3 million.
As with all first-round rookie deals, the pact comes with a fifth-year team option.
The TCU product adds speed and explosion to an Eagles receiver corps that lacked both areas with DeSean Jackson injured most of last season.
Reagor offers deep speed and run-after-catch acumen that will play well in coach Doug Pederson's system. Pairing Jackson and Reagor gives Philly a duo that will stress defenses vertically. The rookie could evolve into a player that can play both on the outside and the slot position as the year progresses.
The Eagles later announced they have agreed to terms with their entire rookie draft class, including quarterback Jalen Hurts, linebacker Davion Taylor, safety K'Von Wallace, tackle Jack Driscoll, wide receiver John Hightower, linebacker Shaun Bradley and defensive end Casey Toohill.
Rapoport reported Hurts, who was taken in the second round, agreed to a four-year, $6.02 million deal that includes a $1.94 million signing bonus. He'll receive workout bonuses in Year 3 ($75K) and Year 4 ($100K) similar to Drew Lock, who was picked 11 spots before him in 2019, per Rapoport.
Eagles rookies are slated to begin reporting to the team facility Tuesday. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported that the first two days of reporting for players will be taking COVID-19 tests, not actual work inside the building.