Update: Terms of Leodis McKelvin's rookie contract have been released. it is a five-year deal worth up to $19.4 million if McKelvin reaches all of his incentives. He'll make $12.6 million in guaranteed money regardless. End Update
Per the Buffalo News, the Buffalo Bills and rookie cornerback Leodis McKelvin have agreed to terms on a contract. Terms of the deal have not yet been disclosed. McKelvin, who missed the team's first four practices of camp, will report for duty on Sunday.
This is excellent news and with only a few practices lost, McKelvin should be able to come in and not miss a beat after playing a bit of catchup.
PITTSFORD — The Buffalo Bills reached an agreement on a contract with first-round draft pick Leodis McKelvin this afternoon.
Terms were not immediately available. It's expected the deal will be for five years and will be worth roughly $3.6 million a year. McKelvin was the last Bills rookie unsigned. He was one of only four out of 31 first-round picks who had remained unsigned as of noon today.
McKelvin missed the first three practices of the summer. However, he will be in camp in time for the first practice in pads, to be held Monday.
Thanks UNCbills for breaking the news here in a comment in a previous thread.