The deadline for NFL teams to exercise the fifth-year option on the rookie contracts for 2019 first-round picks is Monday, May 2. Seahawks tight end Noah Fant was the first from that class to have his option officially picked up.
Traded from the Denver Broncos to the Seattle Seahawks, Fant has yet to play for his new squad, but he's had his option locked up. Who's next?
Below are the 32 first-round picks from the 2019 draft and their fifth-year option statuses ahead of the deadline:
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported April 27 that the Cardinals have exercised Murray's fifth-year option.
General manager John Lynch said on April 25 that the 49ers exercised Bosa's fifth-year option.
As general manager Joe Douglas said they would during the NFL Scouting Combine, the Jets exercised Williams' fifth-year option on April 26, Rapoport reported, per a source.
Raiders GM Dave Ziegler announced on April 29 that Las Vegas will not pick up Ferrell's option.
The Buccaneers announced on April 27 that they picked up White's fifth-year option.
The Giants are not exercising Jones' fifth-year option, NFL Network's Judy Battista reported on April 28.
The Jaguars announced on April 28 that they have exercised Allen's fifth-year option.
The Lions announced April 26 they were picking up the fifth-year option of Hockenson.
The Bills announced on April 26 that they've exercised Oliver's fifth-year option.
The Steelers have declined the fifth-year option on Bush, Rapoport reported on May 2.
The Bengals are picking up Williams' option, Rapoport reported on April 29.
The Packers are picking up Gary's option, Rapoport reported on April 29.
The Dolphins announced on April 28 that they have exercised Wilkins' fifth-year option.
The Falcons are picking up Lindstrom's fifth-year option, NFL Network's Mike Giardi reported on May 2.
Haskins was released by the Washington during his second NFL season, making him ineligible for the fifth-year option, and later signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He tragically passed away on April 9.
Panthers general manager Scott Fitterer said in his pre-draft news conference on April 26 that Carolina would pick up Burns' option and had hopes of extending the pass rusher after that.
The Giants exercised Lawrence's fifth-year option on April 28.
The Vikings announced on May 2 that they will not exercise Bradbury's fifth-year option.
The Titans announced on April 27 that they exercised Simmons' fifth-year option.
Fant was traded to the Seattle Seahawks in March as part of the trade that sent Russell Wilson to the Broncos. Seattle exercised Fant's option on April 12, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
The Packers are picking up Savage's option, Rapoport reported on April 29.
The Texans picked up Howard's fifth-year option, Rapoport reported on May 2.
Raiders GM Dave Ziegler announced on April 29 that Las Vegas will not pick up Jacobs' option.
The Ravens traded Brown to the Cardinals on April 28, and Arizona GM Steve Keim said they plan to pick up Brown's option.
The Commanders announced on April 27 that they exercised Sweat's fifth-year option.
Raiders GM Dave Ziegler announced on April 29 that Las Vegas will not pick up Abram's option.
The Chargers are declining the fifth-year option on Tillery, Rapoport reported on May 2.
Baker was released by the New York Giants during his second NFL season, making him ineligible for the fifth-year option, and later signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Falcons are declining Kaleb McGary's fifth-year option, the team announced on May 2.