As training camp quickly approaches, there was a mild concern earlier this week as Washington had yet to sign any members of its rookie class.
That changed on Wednesday, as the Burgundy and Gold inked multiple of their draft picks to rookie deals.
Third-round pick Antonio Gibson, fourth-rounder Saahdiq Charles, and fifth-round selection Keith Ismael all posted on their social media accounts that they have agreed to terms with Washington.
It’s Offical 💯🔥New Chapter 🙏🏾✊🏾 pic.twitter.com/P8GQc8SggU— Antonio Gibson 👑💯 (@AntonioGibson14) July 22, 2020
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A feeling I can’t explain 💯. So happy and excited but sad at the same time. That I can’t show this picture and enjoy this moment with my grandmother that passed this weekend. She always wanted me to chase my dreams I gotchu gramms I won’t let up off these niggas neck 💯🖤. I promise puddin will make you proud
It’s official! ✍🏽 A feeling I can’t even explain! All glory to God 🙏🏼 let’s get to work!!! pic.twitter.com/LZ2p4u7MaK— Keith Ismael ™ (@keithismael) July 22, 2020
Additionally, fourth-round wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden has agreed to terms with Washington, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Both of Washington's seventh-round picks -- James Smith Williams and Kamren Curl -- have signed their rookie deals with the team, too, according to the Washington Post's Sam Fortier and Nicki Jhabvala.
Washington now has six of its eight draft picks signed, leaving No. 2 overall pick Chase Young and sixth-round Khaleke Hudson the lone two draftees yet to agree to terms.
All six signees, plus Washington's four undrafted free agents, will report to the team's facility tomorrow for COVID-19 testing as training camp is set to begin in a handful of days.
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