Four first-round picks from the 2017 NFL Draft have yet to sign their rookie contracts.
Time is running out for the players to agree to terms, as a handful of teams have had rookies report to camp this week, while all 32 teams will have started training camp by July 29.
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Solomon Thomas, Tennessee Titans receiver Corey Davis, Oakland Raiders cornerback Gareon Conley, and Cleveland Browns safety Jabrill Peppers have yet to sign with their teams.
Each player’s contract value is already determined based on draft position, making the timing of the payout the only thing to negotiate. Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa caused a stir last offseason when he held out until late in training camp to get his desired contract structure.
Thomas has until July 27 to agree to terms before 49ers rookies are required to report. Davis has until July 28, Conley until July 24, and Peppers July 23.
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