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Report: Rookie receiver Kendall Wright, Titans agree to deal

National Football Post

Kendall Wright and the Tennessee Titans have finally agreed to a deal, a league source tells Wright and Jacksonville receiver Justin Blackmon were the only two remaining unsigned first-round picks.

The holdup in Wright's deal had been the amount of guaranteed money the receiver would get in the fourth year of his contract, and whether offset language would be included in the deal. Wright was the 20th pick overall, and last year, Tampa Bay fully guaranteed No. 20 pick Adrian Clayborn's deal as it was the first contract completed in the first round. Contracts above and below Clayborn were not fully guaranteed.

However, numbers-wise, based on Clayborn's deal, Wright can expect around $8.2 million with approximately $4.47 million in a signing bonus.

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