The rookie signings continue to roll in for the Minnesota Vikings, as the team got another one of their players signed on the first day of mini-camp yesterday.
The team has announced that safety Camryn Bynum, one of their fourth-round selections, has agreed to the terms of his rookie contract.
Bynum’s deal, just like the rest of the deals the Vikings’ draft class have signed thus far, is a four-year deal. The deal has a total value of $4.2 million, and he received a signing bonus of $717,812. He will count for $839,453 against the Vikings’ salary cap this year, according to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Bynum played cornerback for the Golden Bears at the University of California-Berkeley in college, but when he was drafted a couple of weeks ago the team announced him as a safety. He’s going to have an opportunity to work into that spot as a primary backup to veteran Harrison Smith and new addition Xavier Woods.
The draft pick signings will continue to roll in, and we’ll have all of the news about them for you as we receive it.
Congratulations to Camryn Bynum on officially becoming a member of the Minnesota Vikings and the National Football League!