Jets signs Garrett Wilson to four-year, $20.55 million deal

The Jets are now 3-for-3 and have plenty of time left.

Rookie wide receiver Garrett Wilson was the last of the Jets’ three first-round draft picks to sign his contract Wednesday when he signed a four-year, $20.55 million contract. The deal for the No. 10 overall pick is expected to include a $12.1 million signing bonus and a standard fifth-year team option.

The Jets have previously signed cornerback Sauce Gardner (#4) and defensive end Jermaine Johnson (#26), so there won’t be a situation like 2018 or 2021 when first-round quarterbacks Sam Darnold and Zach Wilson’s agents, or were still negotiating the fine print with the team when the training camp began.

Garret Wilson
Garrett Wilson is the latest of the Jets’ three first-round picks to sign.
Bill Kostron

Rookie contracts are mostly dictated by a pay scale, and draft picks attend offseason workouts before signing under an agreement that the standard contract will be honored if an injury occurs. Jets signs Garrett Wilson to four-year, $20.55 million deal


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