$4.1 Million Spent on First 9 Picks

Here are the four-year totals and the signing bonuses given to the nine draft picks who are under contract.

The Green Bay Packers have used $4,111,502 of their $6,131,322 rookie pool after signing nine of their 11 draft picks, a source with access to salary data told Scout.com's Aaron Wilson.

Here are their contracts, with the first figure being the four-year total and the second being the signing bonus. All are for four years, and all are worth the minimum salaries of $405,000 this season, $495,000 in 2014, $585,000 in 2015 and $675,000 in 2016.

David Bakhtiari: $2,615,400; $455,400 bonus.

J.C. Tretter: $2,575,908; $415,908 bonus.

Johnathan Franklin: $2,565,468; $405,468 bonus.

Micah Hyde: $2,338,108; $178,108 bonus.

Josh Boyd: $2,304,560; $144.560 bonus.

Nate Palmer: $2,248,896; $98,896 bonus.

Charles Johnson: $2,221,820; $61,820 bonus.

Kevin Dorsey: $2,216,848; $56,848 bonus.

Sam Barrington: $2,209,000; $49,000 bonus.

The top two picks, Datone Jones and Eddie Lacy, are the only picks not under contract.

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