Yesterday, when the Buffalo Bills announced they'd signed third overall pick Marcell Dareus to a contract, it was reported elsewhere that Dareus inked a four-year deal worth $20.4 million - and that the entirety of the deal was guaranteed.
In case you were wondering, second-round pick Aaron Williams' contract details have been leaked, as well. Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times did the honors roughly 24 hours after Williams signed his contract.
Per Wilson's report, Williams' four-year contract will pay him $5.2 million - not all of it guaranteed, obviously - and also includes a bonus worth $2.32 million. The numbers are very similar to last year's No. 34 overall pick, Minnesota corner Chris Cook, who signed a four-year, $5.37 million deal with $3.3 million guaranteed and a $2.3 million signing bonus.
Williams - who at the moment is penciled in as the Bills' fourth cornerback (but who may be able to sneak up to third on the depth chart) - celebrated his deal with the first official interception of training camp in his first public practice with Buffalo.