The Jaguars signed fourth-round receiver Dede Westbrook and fifth-round linebacker Blair Brown to four-year contracts Tuesday.
Four of the Jaguars’ seven-man draft class have signed, leaving only their top three picks – Leonard Fournette, Cam Robinson and Dawaune Smoot – unsigned.
Westbrook and Brown were selected Nos. 110 and 148, respectively, on April 29.
Based on the rookie salary system, Westbrook’s contract is expected to be worth $3,076,164 and includes a $676,164 signing bonus. His salary cap figure this year will be $634,041.
Brown’s contract is expected to be worth $2,694,724 with a signing bonus of $294,424 and a first-year cap number of $538,631.
Westbrook, 23, was drafted by the Jaguars after they comfortable his off-the-field incidents – which date back five years – were in his past.
Westbrook’s winding road to the Jaguars included two years at Blinn (Texas) College (2012 and 2014), not playing football in 2013 and then two years (2015-16) at Oklahoma.
For the Sooners, he had 126 catches for 2,267 yards and 21 touchdowns. Last year, he was a Heisman Trophy finalist, the Biletnikoff Award winner (nation’s top receiver), first-team All-America and Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year after catching 80 passes for 1,524 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Westbrook didn’t go through drills at the Scouting Combine, but ran the 40-yard dash in 4.38 seconds at Oklahoma’s Pro Day.
Westbrook was the 15th receiver drafted joins an experienced group with the Jaguars led by fourth-year players Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns and Marqise Lee. Third-year man Rashad Greene and veterans Arrelious Benn and Bryan Walters will also battle for roster spots.
Brown spent five years at Ohio, starting for 2 1/2 seasons. In 43 games (33 starts), he had 265 tackles (24.5 for lost yardage) and 5 1/2 sacks.
Brown was first-team All-Mid-American Conference as a senior after making 128 tackles (15 for lost yardage). He projects as a weak-side linebacker for the Jaguars, backing up Telvin Smith.