Falcons become first NFL team to sign all draft picks

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) One day after becoming the first team to agree to terms with its first-round draft pick, the Atlanta Falcons have become the first team to sign all their selections.

The Falcons on Wednesday signed safety Keanu Neal to a four-year, $10.7 million deal with a signing bonus of about $6 million.

The team signed its other five picks on Thursday: linebacker Deion Jones, tight end Austin Hooper, linebacker De'Vondre Campbell, guard Wes Schweitzer and wide receiver Devin Fuller.

It is the first time the team has signed all its draft picks before the start of rookie mini-camp. The Falcons' draft picks, undrafted college free agents and players invited for tryouts will participate in the camp on Friday and Saturday.


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