Examining the Fulton, Tardif contracts

The contracts for the two sixth-round draft picks of the Kansas City Chiefs are in. The Chiefs gave modest raises over the players last picked in their respective spots to the two offensive linemen, Zach Fulton of Tennessee and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif of Canada's McGill University.

Fulton was picked before Duvernay-Tardif. He was the 193rd player selected and received a four-year contract worth $2,348,720. The only guaranteed money in the contract is Fulton's signing bonus of $104,220. Fulton received slightly more than the 193rd player drafted last year, Green Bay linebacker Nate Palmer. Palmer received a four-year deal worth $2,258,896. Included was a signing bonus of $98,896.

Duvernay-Tardif was the 200th player drafted. He received a four-year contract worth $2,344,300. That includes a signing bonus of $100,300. Last year's 200th player drafted was Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore. His four-year contract would pay him $2,248,232 and included a signing bonus of $88,232.