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NFL Draft 2024: Rookie contract details for Second and Third Round picks, here's what they will make

It was a busy day for NFL franchises in Detroit as the first round of the NFL Draft 2024 was underway which began with Caleb Williams being the No.1 pick for the Chicago Bears, who were scheduled to make the first call.
According to a previous ET report, the former Southern California quarterback will ink a deal of four years worth $38.5 million, including a signing bonus of $24.8 million and the option of extending the contract for the fifth year.

NFL Draft 2024: Who were the No. 2 and No. 3 draft picks during the first round?

The No.1 pick by the Chicago Bears was followed by the Washington Commanders selecting LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels as the second pick, while the New England Patriots went for quarterback Drake Maye during the third pick.

NFL Draft Pick: What to expect from the second and third rounds?

According to Forbes, the second and third rounds of NFL draft picks will not touch the $30 million mark, as was the case during the first round. Instead, the first picks during the second round are expected to touch $10 million, while the remaining picks of this round can make around $9 million.

As the contract values fall to the rookie zone just before the third round, NFL players picked in the third round can expect to sign a contract deal in the range of $5.5 million that may also include an option for a fifth-year extension, says Forbes.


Which team did the No.2 and No.3 pick during the NFL Draft 2024?
Washington Commanders went for the No.2 draft pick by choosing Jayden Daniels, while the New England Patriots went for Drake Maye as the third pick during the NFL Draft 2024.

Who was the No.1 draft pick at the NFL Draft 2024?
Caleb Williams became the No.1 draft pick at NFL Draft 2024 in Detroit, US when the Chicago Bears selected this former Southern California quarterback.

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