RENTON, Wash. — The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to terms with sixth-overall draft choice Russell Okung, the last first-round pick to sign.
The team confirmed the deal on Friday morning, but terms were not immediately available.
ESPN.com first reported the deal is for six years and with $29 million guaranteed.
Agent Peter Schaffer did not immediately return messages from The Associated Press.
Seattle selected Okung in April’s draft out of Oklahoma State to replace retired All-Pro left tackle Walter Jones.
New Seahawks coach Pete Carroll named him the starter the day he drafted Okung.
Okung missed the first six days of Seattle’s training camp.