And then there were none. None left still to sign, that is. The day after the Raiders wrapped up their mandatory minicamp, they signed fourth round DT Neil Farrell to his four-year rookie deal. He was the sixth and final Raiders draft pick to sign his deal.
The 6-4, 325-pound Farrell was selected at 126 overall in the fourth round out of LSU. He signs on to a four-year, $4.5 million deal. It carries a $916K cap charge for 2022, which falls below the top 51 so currently doesn’t count against the total cap number.
Fellow fourth round pick RB Zamir White were the final two drafted players yet to sign their deals. White signed his deal this week. The rest of the class had signed their rookie deals a few weeks ago. The order in which they sign doesn’t really matter. These days the deals are slotted with little in the way of wiggle room and so holdouts are rare.