The Redskins have signed six of their seven 2016 draft picks, including first round selection Josh Doctson.
Doctson’s deal is worth $10.5 million over four years with $5.5 million in guarantees, according to ESPN 980’s Chris Cooley. The deal also includes a fifth-year team option.
In addition, Washington has signed safety Su’a Cravens (second round), defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis (fifth), quarterback Nate Sudfeld (sixth), linebacker Steven Daniels (seventh) and running back Keith Marshall (seventh).
The only draft pick yet to sign is cornerback Kendall Fuller, the team’s third round pick.Fuller is recovering from a knee injury he suffered last season at Virginia Tech isn’t expected to participate in the offseason program until later this spring or summer.
Rookie minicamp is scheduled to begin Friday and run through Sunday at Redskins Park.
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