The Ravens have locked up their first-round pick, the team confirmed today, announcing in a press release that linebacker C.J. Mosley has signed his rookie deal. As a first-rounder, Mosley will be under contract for four years, with Baltimore holding a club option on his fifth year.
Mosley, who turns 22 next month, was selected 17th overall by the Ravens after playing four years at Alabama. The two-time consensus All-American should receive a signing bonus worth about $4.711MM and a contract with a four-year base value in the neighborhood of $8.788MM, according to Jason Fitzgerald’s figures at Over The Cap.
Now that they’ve secured Mosley, the Ravens have just one more draftee to sign, as our tracker shows. Third-round safety Terrence Brooks is the only Baltimore pick who has yet to reach an agreement with the club.