Of course, the big two of Aaron Ross and Steve Smith remained unsigned, as does seventh-rounder Michael Johnson, which is quite a surprise.
Koets, the club's sixth-round pick, received a $95,000 signing bonus, while Bradshaw, the second of New York's seventh-round picks, received $37,000 to sign. Each will receive the standard salaries of $285,000, $370,000, $460,000 and $550,000 for the next four seasons.
Additionally, each of Big Blue's draft picks will earn an extra $25,000 if they participate in at least 90 percent of the club's organized team activities.
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