- Josh Weinfuss, ESPN Staff Writer
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TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Cardinals agreed to a contract with their last remaining unsigned draft pick Monday.
The Cardinals announced a four-year deal with first-round pick tackle D.J. Humphries. The team did not announce financial terms of the deal, but a source told ESPN the contract was worth $8.9 million and Humphries received a $4.7 million signing bonus.
All seven draft picks are now under contract.
According to NFL.com, 22 of 32 first-round picks have been signed.
Humphries was drafted 24th overall out of Florida but has spent the first seven practices of organized team activities mainly on the Cardinals' second practice field, reserved for rookies, young players and veterans who need more reps.
His tenure as a Cardinal hasn't started as smooth as expected. Last week, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Humphries “needs to mature a little bit.” On Monday, Arians said that maturity is coming along at a steady pace.
Arians has also said publicly that right tackle is still Bobby Massie's job.