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Jaylen Twyman signs rookie contract

Another draftee puts pen to paper

NCAA Football: Ohio at Pittsburgh Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Another member of the Minnesota Vikings’ 2021 draft class has put his signature on his first National Football League contract.

According to Chris Tomasson, Jaylen Twyman, the last player selected by the Vikings at this year’s selection meeting, has agreed to the terms of his rookie contract. He joins Ihmir Smith-Marsette and Zach Davidson, who signed their deals on Thursday as well.

Tomasson says that Twyman’s deal is a four-year pact worth $3.65 million. He received a signing bonus of $174,940 and will have a salary cap figure for this season of $703,735.

Twyman will have his contract signed in time to start this weekend’s rookie mini-camp at the Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center. As I mentioned yesterday in talking about the other signings, I would expect the team to have most of their rookie class signed by the time that the weekend is over.

Congratulations to Jaylen Twyman for officially becoming a member of the Minnesota Vikings and the National Football League!