After making Myles Jack the 36th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars have signed their new linebacker to a contract.
The Jaguars announced that they have signed Jack to a four-year rookie deal on Friday. Salary figures of the contract have not been disclosed as of yet.
While Jack should be well compensated by the Jaguars, the former UCLA star unquestionably lost a lot of money on his first contract by sliding to the early second round. Bleacher Report draft expert Matt Miller projected the UCLA product to go No. 8 overall to the Cleveland Browns in his final predraft mock.
For perspective, Spotrac estimated the total value of the eighth overall pick at $15.9 million with a $9.76 million signing bonus.
Jack didn’t expect to be available after the draft’s first day and described his experience …
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