Seattle Gets Two Signed

One of the top NFC teams got two of their rookies, who were selected within the first five rounds, signed to four-year deals.

Scout.com and Seahawks.Net has confirmed Seattle Seahawks fourth-round pick G Mansfield Wrotto has signed a four-year contract with the team.

Wrotto will receive minimum base salaries of $285,000, $370,000, $460,000, and $550,000 with a signing bonus of $417,000.

The former Georgia Tech University lineman projects to play at right guard and could be the eventual successor to starter Chris Gray.

A league source indicates Seattle also signed fifth-round pick LB Will Herring also to a four-year deal who is projected to play on the weak-side.

The former Auburn University star will also receive minimum base salaries of $285,000, $370,000, $460,000, and $550,000 with a signing bonus of around $163,000 which was a small increase of about $1,000 over Philadelphia Eagles rookie TE Brent Celek, who was selected right before him.


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