No. 1 overall pick Walker agrees to rookie deal with Jaguars

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First overall pick Travon Walker has agreed to terms on his rookie contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team announced Thursday.

Walker will receive a fully guaranteed four-year deal worth just over $37 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The contract will also include a standard fifth-year option.

The Georgia product is the Jaguars' second consecutive No. 1 pick after the club selected quarterback Trevor Lawrence in last year's draft.

Jacksonville also announced it signed four other members of the 2022 draft class, including first-round linebacker Devin Lloyd.

The Jaguars have finished last in the AFC South in each of the past four seasons and also hold a 4-29 record since 2020. The organization hired former Super Bowl champion Doug Pederson as its head coach this offseason.

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