Dez Bryant became the first draft choice from the 2010 first round to agree to terms on a contract, a reported five-year deal with the Cowboys.
The Oklahoma State wide receiver, selected 24th overall, will reportedly sign a deal that will pay him approximately $12 million over five years, including $8.5 million guaranteed, according to NFL Network, which cited a league source.
Dallas traded up three spots in the first round to choose Bryant, giving up a third-round pick to New England in exchange for a fourth-rounder and a swap of first-round picks.
Bryant was the second wide receiver drafted this year, two picks after Denver selected Demaryius Thomas.
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