The Buffalo Bills on Thursday announced that three of the team's 2014 NFL Draft picks have signed their rookie contracts: fourth-round cornerback Ross Cockrell, and seventh-round picks linebacker Randell Johnson and offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson.
Cockrell, the No. 109 pick out of Duke, will sign a four-year contract that will likely be highly similar to the deal for the 109th pick a year ago, Green Bay tackle David Bakhtiari. He's entering the second year of a four-year, $2.6 million deal that came with a $433,312 signing bonus.
Johnson, the No. 221 overall pick out of Florida Atlantic, will sign a four-year contract in line with the 221st overall pick a year ago, San Diego quarterback Brad Sorensen. His was a four-year, $2.2 million contract with a $59,400 signing bonus.
Henderson, the No. 237 overall pick out of Miami, will sign a four-year contract in line with the 237th overall pick a year ago, San Francisco quarterback B.J. Daniels. He is now with Seattle, so his contract details are a bit tougher to come by, but he received a signing bonus of $46,512 last spring.