The Eagles signed sixth-round pick Prince Tega Wanogho to his rookie contract Tuesday, the first rookie draft pick they have under contract.
Tega Wanogho, who was born and raised in Nigeria and moved to the U.S. to play college basketball, is one of two Auburn offensive tackles the Eagles drafted this year.
Rookie draft pick contracts are slotted based on where a player is picked, and according to Spotrac, Tega Wanogho's deal should be worth $3,444,677 over four years, or an average of about $861,000 per year with a small signing bonus likely in the $150,000 range.
Still unsigned are first-round pick Jalen Reagor, second-round pick Jalen Hurts, third-round pick Davion Taylor, fourth-round picks K'Von Wallace and Jack Driscoll, fifth-round pick John Hightower, sixth-round picks Shaun Bradley and Quez Watkins and seventh-round pick Casey Toohill.
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