- Tim MacMahon, ESPNDallas.com
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Only the top two picks of the Cowboys’ draft class have yet to sign after third-round pick J.J. Wilcox agreed to a four-year deal.
The deal is worth roughly $2.8 million with a signing bonus of a little more than $586,000.
Wilcox, the No. 80 overall pick in the draft, is expected to be a major contributor on special teams and has an outside chance to challenge for a starting job at safety as a rookie. The Cowboys are high on the potential of Wilcox, a big hitter with good instincts who played receiver and running back at Georgia Southern until his senior year.
First-round center Travis Frederick and second-round tight end Gavin Escobar are the lone two Cowboys draft picks who have yet to sign. Both deals are expected to get done well in advance of training camp.
Only the top two picks of the Cowboys’ draft class have yet to sign after third-round pick J.J. Wilcox agreed to a four-year deal.The deal is worth roughly $2.