The Vikings agreed Wednesday to contract terms with first-round draft pick Justin Jefferson, their hopeful replacement for departed star receiver Stefon Diggs.
Jefferson has agreed to sign a four-year, $13.123 million contract, which includes a signing bonus of $7.104 million and a fifth-year option. He will count $2.386 million against the salary cap in 2020.
The Vikings, who had 15 picks in April’s draft, also agreed to terms with at least seven other draftees.
Tackle Ezra Cleveland, taken in the second round out of Boise State, will get a four-year, $5.537 million deal with $3.058 million guaranteed and a signing bonus of $1.587 million. Defensive end D.J. Wonnum, a fourth-round pick from South Carolina, will receive a four-year, $4.046 million deal that includes a $750,780 signing bonus.
Defensive tackle James Lynch, a fourth-round pick from Baylor, will get a four-year, $3.985 million deal, including a signing bonus of $690,992. Linebacker Troy Dye, a fourth-round pick from Oregon, will sign a four-year $3.974 million deal, including a $678,572 signing bonus.
Wide receiver K.J. Osborn, a fifth-round pick from Miami, will receive a four-year, $3.563 million contract, including a $267,772 signing bonus. Tackle Blake Brandel, a sixth-round pick from Oregon State, will sign a four-year, $3.46 million deal, including a $164,976 signing bonus. And offensive lineman Kyle Hinton, a seventh-round pick from Washburn, will get a four-year, $3.37 million deal, including a $75,492 signing bonus.