Jaguars sign Anton Harrison to finish deals for 2023 draft class
The Jacksonville Jaguars have their entire 2023 NFL draft class under contract after making the final two additions, Anton Harrison and Tyler Lacy, official Sunday morning.
The final contract announced was for Harrison, the team’s first-round pick.
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Jacksonville got 10 from its 13-player draft class signed Friday and added second-round pick Brenton Strange on Saturday morning. Lacy’s contract was announced just a few minutes before Harrison’s.
Details of the contracts weren’t announced, but the NFL and NFL Players Association’s collective bargaining agreement largely dictates the terms of rookie deals. Harrison’s deal was a four-year deal projected to be worth about $13.2 million with a signing bonus around $6.6 million. The value of a fifth-year team option that’s attached to the contract of first rounders is impacted by play time and Pro Bowl appearances.
Harrison was the fourth offensive lineman ever drafted in the first round by Jacksonville, joining Tony Boselli, Eugene Monroe, and Luke Joeckel. Earlier this month, Jaguars coach Doug Pederson said that Harrison will begin his NFL career at right tackle.
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