Updates on Patriots rookies and contract information
|05.27.13 at 11:38 am ET|
The Patriots have five of their seven draft picks signed. With the understanding that rookie negotiations are far less dramatic now than they used to be — everyone is slotted in, and for the most part, it’s just a matter of signing on the dotted line — here’s a look at their representation and contract information. The information is based on the latest paperwork filed with the NFLPA, as well as contract information from Rotoworld:
Second round (52nd overall): OLB Jamie Collins, Southern Miss: Signed on May 17 — a four-year, $3.761 million contract that included a $1.115 million signing bonus. Collins is repped by James ‘Bus’ Cook and Donald Weatherall.
Second round (59th overall): WR Aaron Dobson, Marshall: Unsigned. Dobson’s agents are Isaac Conner and Chad Speck.
Third round (83rd overall): CB Logan Ryan, Rutgers: Signed on May 16 — a four-year, $2.77 million contract with a $563,252 signing bonus. One of three picks out of Rutgers, Ryan is represented by Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod, who are perhaps best known for their work with Bucs cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Third round (91st overall): DB Duron Harmon, Rutgers: On May 14, Harmon signed a four-year, $2.711 million contract that included a $533,600 signing bonus. According to the Sports Agent Blog, Harmon is repped by Rodney Edwards of Goal Line Sports.
Fourth round (102nd overall): WR Josh Boyce, TCU: Boyce signed a four-year, $2.637 million contract on May 24 that included a $477,000 signing bonus. Boyce is represented by Carter Chow (the son of well-known college football assistant Norm Chow) who works as part of the firm Yee & Dubin, which reps well-known Patriots like Tom Brady and Julian Edelman.
Seventh round (226th overall): DE/OLB Michael Buchanan, Illinois: Unsigned. Buchanan has Fletcher Smith as his agent.
Seventh round (235th overall): LB Steve Beauharnais, Rutgers: On May 14, he signed a four-year, $2.2 million contract that included a $47,592 signing bonus. Beauharnais is represented by Brian McLaughlin and Mook Williams of Symmetry, which is headquartered out of Boston.
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