Lions agree to terms with draft picks Jameson Williams and Kerby Joseph

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Two more members of the Detroit Lions rookie class of 2022 are officially locked into the den. Jameson Williams and Kerby Joseph agreed to terms with the club on their first NFL contracts on Thursday.

Williams, a wide receiver from Alabama, signed a fully guaranteed deal for four seasons with a club option for a fifth year. Terms were not immediately disclosed. The Lions traded up in the draft to secure Williams with the No. 12 overall pick.

Joseph also signed for four years. He will earn just over $5.04 million with a signing bonus of $849,020, per his agent. The third-round pick is a safety from Illinois.

Williams and Joseph join No. 2 overall pick Aidan Hutchinson and seventh-round CB Chase Lucas as Lions who have agreed to terms prior to this weekend’s rookie minicamp.