According to a Wednesday morning report by Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com, the Pittsburgh Steelers now have all but one of their seven draft picks from this year under contract.
Steelers have agreed to terms with third-round quarterback Mason Rudolph to a four-year contract, according to a source. Top pick Terrell Edmunds is now the only unsigned Steeler draft pick.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) May 23, 2018
After signing tackle Chukwuma Okorafor to a four-year contract on Tuesday, Fowler reports Wednesday morning on Twitter that the Steelers have now signed their other third-round selection, quarterback Mason Rudolph, to a four-year deal as well.
Rudolph, who played at Oklahoma State, was drafted 76th overall this year by the Steelers following a trade up of three spots in the third-round with the Seattle Seahawks.
According to Over the Cap, Rudolph’s four-year contract that he has reportedly now signed should total out at just over $3.392 million and include a signing bonus of a little more than $932,000.
The signing of Rudolph on Wednesday now leaves this year’s first-round selection, safety Terrell Edmunds, as the only Steelers 2018 draft pick who has yet to be signed.