Tennessee Titans, Treylon Burks agree to terms on rookie contract

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The Tennessee Titans and first-round pick Treylon Burks agreed to terms on his rookie contract, the team announced Tuesday.

It's a standard four-year deal with $14,369,590 fully guaranteed and a fifth-year team option, according to ESPN.

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The 22-year-old Burks arrives in Nashville with high expectations following the trade of star receiver A.J. Brown. An All-SEC first-team selection last season, Burks led Arkansas in receiving the last three seasons.

Tennessee has now reached agreements with five of its nine draft picks. The other four are running back Hassan Haskins (fourth round), wide receiver Kyle Philips (fifth round), defensive back Theo Jackson (sixth round) and inside linebacker Chance Campbell (sixth round).

Cornerback Roger McCreary (second round), quarterback Malik Willis (third round), offensive tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere (third round) and tight end Chig Okonkwo (fourth round) have yet to reach agreements on their rookie deal.

Ben Arthur covers the Tennessee Titans for The USA TODAY Network. Contact him at barthur@gannett.com and follow him on Twitter at @benyarthur.

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